A spoiled young rich girl is forced by misfortune to fight for survival in the slums and alleys, where she becomes involved with all manner of unpleasantness.
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The romance of a spoiled heiress who dropped through a coal chute to the joy of living! (Print Ad-Victoria Daily Advocate, ((Victoria, Texas)) 1 November 1919)
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Did You Know?
This was the 2nd film released by Mary Pickford's own production company, and each title card has her initials "MP". Using the producer's initials on title cards as a trademark was also used by DW Griffith. Griffith, Pickford, her husband Douglas Fairbanks, along with Charlie Chaplin went on to form United Artist studios one year after the release of this film in 1920. See more
Amy, do you realize that this makes us crooks?
Not if we don't get caught.
Words by Sam Lewis
(as Sam M. Lewis) & Joe Young
; music by Harry Ruby
, c. 1919
'Dedicated to Mary Pickford
in "The Hoodlum" her second picture from her own studios, A First National Attraction' See more