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The Ten Thousand Dollar Toe (1913)

In order to divert the attention of Jerry, a young man dependent upon his rich aunt for money, from the painted females upon whom he is squandering his allowance and also to help him ... See full summary »

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Rose Evans ... Jane's Aunt
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In order to divert the attention of Jerry, a young man dependent upon his rich aunt for money, from the painted females upon whom he is squandering his allowance and also to help him recognize the superior virtues of Jane, a sensible young girl taking the Kneipp-cure, the aunt and Jane conspire and take an imprint of the V-shaped scar on the big toe of Jane's right foot. They show this to the young man, and the aunt makes the stipulation that if he is able to find the original toe from which the imprint was made within a week, that he will be allowed $10,000 a year. Jerry is delighted, and at once comes to the conclusion that it is the secretary to his aunt who has the scar. But he soon learns to the contrary when he receives an imprint of the young lady's toe from the maid. The next morning he discovers two charming young girls with his aunt, and still conjecturing that the owner of the scarred toe must be one of his aunt's friends, he follows one of the young ladies to a chiropodist... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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20 August 1913 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the documentary Scenes in Moroland (1913). See more »

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Unpleasant to the more refined
4 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

This rather silly and surely impossible comedy may amuse in some houses, although it is quite certain that the scene where the single young man vigorously rubs the bare foot of the single young woman will in some houses cause a demonstration that will be unpleasant to the more refined. - The Moving Picture World, September 6, 1913


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