(Vitagraph Company of America, 1915)
Rich Auntie Flora sends a portrait of herself to her niece and nephew-in-law, who consign it to the attic as Auntie is not expected to visit any time soon. When she arrives unannounced the next day, they have to scramble to hang the picture on the wall, lest they offend Auntie and risk being left out of her will.
Starring Sidney Drew, Jane Morrow, and Ethel Lee
Directed by George D. Baker
|Henry Honeypet||· · ·||Sidney Drew|
|Mrs. Honeypet||· · ·||Jane Morrow|
|Auntie Flora||· · ·||Ethel Lee|
|The Cook||· · ·||Ida Williams|
|Director||· · ·||George D. Baker|
|Producer||· · ·||Sidney Drew|
|Writer||· · ·||Sam Smiles|
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