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The Guttersnipe (1922)

Shop girl Mazie of New York City's Little Ireland, goes to the aid of a young man in formal attire involved in a street fight. Though badly beaten, he bears a strong resemblance to Lord ... See full summary »

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Gladys Walton ... Mazie O'Day
Walter Perry ... Dennis O'Day
... Mrs. O'Day
... Tom Gilroy
Sidney Franklin ... Sam Rosen
Carmen Phillips ... Lady Clarissa
Edward Cecil ... Lord Bart
Hugh Saxon ... Angus
Seymour Zeliff ... Red Galvin
... Clarence Phillips (as Eugene Corey)
Lorraine Weiler ... Sally
Christian J. Frank ... Gregory
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Shop girl Mazie of New York City's Little Ireland, goes to the aid of a young man in formal attire involved in a street fight. Though badly beaten, he bears a strong resemblance to Lord Lytton, the hero of a magazine story Mazie is reading in installments. Although he is in reality a soda clerk, Mazie permits his attentions, and together they read the "Sloppy Stories" yarn about English nobility. When her beau is arrested as a counterfeiter, Mazie turns to the latest episode of the story for advice; and through this device the ending of their own love story is achieved. Written by Pamela Short

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30 January 1922 (USA)  »

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The Guttersnipe ( 1922 ) is a presumed lost silent film. See more »

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