The question is, would the young tramp really have fallen in love with the groceryman's daughter if he had not caught her in the heart struggle. Be that as it may, she could not find it in ... See full summary »
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A story of sentiment in which a too easy-going country grocer takes in a tramp found sick at his door. The tramp turns out to be a millionaire and plays the good angel. The picture is clear and commendably made; it stands up well as an offering; but lacks distinction. The "mouse" is utilized to show that Dorothy Gish, the grocer's daughter, is tender- hearted. Lionel Barrymore plays the grocer; Kate Toncray, his efficient, Puritanical sister; the two Gish girls, his daughters. - The Moving Picture World, May 10, 1913