Lou, a young bachelor, receives the following letter from his friend, Hawkins: Dear Lou: I must leave at once for Europe on important business and not knowing where to put her, I send you ... See full summary »

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Lou, a young bachelor, receives the following letter from his friend, Hawkins: Dear Lou: I must leave at once for Europe on important business and not knowing where to put her, I send you my little girl to watch over her until I return. I know she won't be any great trouble to you. Thanking you in advance, hoping to see you after my return, I remain, your dear old friend, Emmett Hawkins. Lou rings for his butler and together they go out and buy the necessary things for the "little girl." Pretty soon they return loaded with toys of every kind, clothes and baby furniture, when the bell rings and the "little girl" arrives. Imagine Lou's surprise when a young lady of 18 enters, "Hawkins' little girl." Three months hardly passed when Lou calls "his" girl "my little girl" and after another year, when old Hawkins returns from his trip to Europe, the happy couple present to Grandpa "our little girl." Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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5 August 1909 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with She Would Be an Actress (1909). See more »

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