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Mary Lou Smith is a hardworking owner of a food wagon. She decides to take her hard earned money and splurge on a vacation where the rich and famous gather for fun. The guests at this beach... See more »

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Mary Brown
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Philip Latour
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Tommy Warren
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Daisy
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Dowager
Charles Giblyn ...
Duke Latour
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Miss Whitley
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Philip's Valet (uncredited)
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Hotel Guest (uncredited)
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Workman (uncredited)
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Lunch Counter Customer (uncredited)
Thomas Jefferson ...
Lunch Counter Customer (uncredited)
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Hotel Guest (uncredited)
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Mary's Friend (uncredited)
Earl McCarthy ...
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
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Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Russ Powell ...
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Ronald R. Rondell ...
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Rolfe Sedan ...
Man at Photo Studio (uncredited)
Harry Semels ...
Lunch Counter Customer (uncredited)
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Hotel Detective (uncredited)
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Woman by Ping Pong Table (uncredited)

Directed by

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Marshall Neilan

Written by

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Gerald C. Duffy ... (adaptation)
 
Gerald C. Duffy ... (screenplay)
 
Gerald C. Duffy ... (titles)
 
George Marion Jr. ... (titles)
 
Howard Irving Young ... (story)

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John McCormick ... executive producer

Cinematography by

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George J. Folsey

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Alexander Hall ... (as Al Hall)

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Plot Summary

Mary Lou Smith is a hardworking owner of a food wagon. She decides to take her hard earned money and splurge on a vacation where the rich and famous gather for fun. The guests at this beach treat her badly so her reporter friend decides to help with matters.

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Also Known As
  • Tell the World (United States)
  • Oh! Marquise (France)
  • Apuros de Nobreza (Brazil)
  • Apuros da Nobresa (Brazil)
  • Mary (Denmark)
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  • 70 min
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Trivia This film was preceded by T. Bone for Two (1928) in some theaters during its original theatrical release. See more »

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