Granny (II) (1913)
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Eileen is a wealthy orphan who attends a fashionable boarding school for girls, where she is a great favorite, and frequently gives them midnight lunches and parties, to the chagrin of the teachers. When the other girls go home for their vacations, Eileen has to remain at school, and during one of her lonely spells, she writes to her aunt that she is going to move to their town, buy a home and adopt one of her family, which consists of Molly, Beth, Jack, the baby and an old granny, who spends most of her time in an attic room, almost neglected by the rest of the family. Eileen shows her a great deal of attention, much to the surprise and displeasure of the others, who have no time to waste on the old lady. The day comes for Eileen to make her choice. The mother has dressed the children in their best and hopes that the baby will he the favored one, but Eileen brushes by the family and ascends to the old granny's room, and makes the dear old soul the recipient of her bounty. When the granny is comfortably installed in the beautiful mansion that Eileen has bought, the children come to ask forgiveness, and do not depart empty handed, as the generous old lady shares with them the money she has gotten from Eileen.
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