The Tourist and the Flower Girl (1913)

Harry and Lee are college chums. Lee proposes to his cousin, Lois, but she puts him off. Harry, who is spending some time in California as a tourist, one day takes a walk. Lois sees him, ... See full summary »

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Frank E. Woods

Writer:

Frank E. Woods (story)
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Harry Fisher ... The Tourist
Lois Howard Lois Howard ... The Flower Girl
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Harry and Lee are college chums. Lee proposes to his cousin, Lois, but she puts him off. Harry, who is spending some time in California as a tourist, one day takes a walk. Lois sees him, and is taken with the handsome stranger, and throws him a rose. He wonders where it came from. Later he buys some flowers. Lois is determined to know Harry, and pays a flower girl to let her wear her coat, hat and sell her flowers. Lois sees Harry and offers him her roses. He is vastly attracted to her. Lois induces the flower girl to let her take her place for several days, and Harry and Lois get quite chummy. Harry discovers the deception, and bribes the real flower girl to show him where Lois lives. Bribing the butler, he dons his uniform, telling the maid that he has taken the regular butler's place as the latter is sick. Lois and the pseudo-butler meet in the garden, and observing that Lee is jealous, Lois asks Lee to go shopping for her. Harry's awkwardness at serving tea causes Lois' mother to ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 May 1913 (USA) See more »

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Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The love affair was badly rushed
4 September 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A plot with rather greater possibilities than were realized here. The girl discovers that the interesting young man loves flowers. She poses as a flower girl and sells him posies. The love affair was so badly rushed that it spoiled the effect somewhat, giving too much of a farcical turn for comedy of this sort. The young man later poses as a butler in order to see the girl. - The Moving Picture World, May 24, 1913


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