A wealthy clubman becomes disenchanted with the life of the idle rich and takes up work among the poor.
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Francis X. Bushman ... Frank Willard
Ruth Stonehouse ... Ruth Davis
Bryant Washburn ... Count Versailles
Irene Warfield ... Grace Meredith
Tommy Harper Tommy Harper ... Dick Davis (as Thomas Harper)
Annie Edney Annie Edney ... Mrs. Davis
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Frank Willard, a wealthy clubman, becomes disgusted with society and determines to live among the poor, to discover whether or not there is any character, and to satisfy his curiosity. Grace Meridith, a society belle, had known Frank all her life, in fact the two families had decided long ago that Frank and Grace should wed when they were old enough. Early one morning when he and his society friends were leaving a social function, Frank discovered a young newsboy giving a beggar some pennies. This gave him an insight into the other side of life, which made him decide right then and there to live among the poorer classes to find REAL life. His evening suit is discarded and substituted for a very plain unfashionable suit. Frank sends a note to his fiancée, telling her that he is leaving town on business and will be gone a few days. Going back to the newsboy's stand, he tells the urchin that he is out of work and hasn't any place to go. With the same goodness of heart with which he gave ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 April 1914 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Clean and enjoyable
30 July 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A two-part photoplay featuring Francis X. Bushman, who essays the role of a young clubman who becomes disgusted with city and club life. He determines to try life among the working people. His adventures make an interesting story that is clean and enjoyable. - The Moving Picture World, May 9, 1914


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