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... Wally Griggs
... Mary Oliver
Stanton Heck ... Big Bill Thaine
Hardee Kirkland ... Bank President Halliday
... Griggs' Kid Sister (as Jane Peters)
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THE SURPRISING ROMANCE OF A MAKE-BELIEVE BANK ROBBER (Print ad- Sunday Times((Sydney NSW)) 14 August 1921)


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Director Allan Dwan was at the home of a friend who was an executive at Paramount Pictures, discussing casting for this film. Dwan looked out the window and saw a group of neighborhood kids playing baseball on the street, and noticed a young girl of about 12 who was playing better than any of the boys on her team. He thought she would be perfect for a role in this picture, and after talking to her parents, hired her for this film. The girl was Carole Lombard. See more »

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