Approved | | Comedy, Drama
Thrown out of the Riviera, a family of grifters meets a lonely, vulnerable rich old woman and insinuate themselves into her life while they sponge off her.
Maude Adams also made a test, with Janet Gaynor, for the role of Miss Fortune. The 12-minute film has been preserved by George Eastman House.
It's lonely at night, isn't it? You're so young.
George-Anne Carleton: Yes.
Miss Fortune: I don't like to see night come. Do you?
George-Anne Carleton: Why, I don't think I ever noticed.
Miss Fortune: When you're old, night comes too soon, always.
From exterior shots, the "Wombat" automobile has a divided rear window. However, interior shots show a single pane of glass for the rear window.
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