A comedy in which the widow Mary makes a bet with her friends that she can win over a writer named Jack.
A short comic film in which a young man has himself admitted to the hospital so as to see more of his girlfriend (who is a nurse there), to the displeasure of the surgeon.
A Billie Rhodes comedy produced by Strand. Billy Bevan plays the farmer's son.
A young couple head to Mexico to elope, but as they get closer to the border they realize they're running out of gas.
A lady unable to get a maid for a house showing dresses up as the main herself.
Planning to fleece wealthy Henry Dodd, Blackie Blaisdell and his band of crooks convince the millionaire that they have located the deposed president of San Salvador, a country in which Dodd holds mining interests.
Mary's sweetheart, Jack, is in the village jail for speeding, and Mary's dad, who didn't like Jack, saw that he was kept there. Mary captured two burglars and forced them to liberate Jack and put dad in jail. They then proceed to smoke out father with a smudge-pot until he consents to the wedding.
As an infant, Ruth Drake was stolen from her father by her vengeful mother, and then abandoned. She was adopted and raised by a pawnbroker, and as a young woman joins the Salvation Army in order to help the kinds of people she has seen--and was--growing up. When war breaks out in Europe, she volunteers to go to France
To escape the title-hunting suitors with whom her mother and aunt have surrounded her, Barbara Chichester disguises herself as a gypsy, and after buying a gypsy wagon, roams the countryside "in search of Arcady."
This episodic melodrama was adapted from the novel The Mysterious Mr. Trent, by Wyndham Martyn.
A raft carrying a little girl and a dead woman drifts in from a shipwreck to Devil's Island. There, a band of thieves and smugglers name the girl Rose Marie, though she grows up as "nobody's girl."
A girl nicknamed "The Weed" lives with her foster parents in their mountain cabin and frequently visits a nearby health resort to sell milk and eggs. On one of her excursions, she befriends a cantankerous old millionaire, George Bassett, who later bequeaths to her his entire estate. Ralph Long's car plunges down an embankment, and he is dragged from the wreckage and looked after by the Weed, who soon captivates him with her charm and ingenuousness. While he is in the hospital, however, the lecherous Kenneth Stewart snaps a photo of the girl swimming in the nude in a mountain pool and hangs an enlargement of it in his club.
Father objects to Jack, Mary's new husband, believing him to be merely a flirtatious lifeguard. Mary's brother is in town and Jack believes her brother is something more-- that she may be 'false'. Jack disguises himself as the family's new butler to investigate.
Billie went up the "Angel's Flight" in Los Angeles and hubby went after, for he was jealous of the music "professor," who was teaching her the latest livery stable "blues" on the saxophone. Hubby threw the "professor" out of the house and the saxophone followed after.
Joe Rock short comedy, also featuring Billie Rhodes and Frank Alexander.
A father's plan to arrange a marriage for his son goes awry when the son marries another woman, then brings her back to meet the family disguised as a man. What could go wrong?
Miller conceives a bitter hatred for Howard, his successful rival for the hand of Ruth, daughter of Colonel Cameron, commandant of a western array post. A party of immigrants, ignorant of Indian customs, destroy some burial scaffolds. The desecration is witnessed by the red men and a desperate battle ensues.
Neal, while sitting in his room, notices an accident in the street and kindly goes to the man's rescue with his car and takes him to the hospital. The nurse assigned to the case, Billie, makes a great hit with Neal.
A woman passes a construction site and gets dirt in her eye, which causes her to wink involuntarily. Soon she has a trail of suitors.