Jerry's Winning Way (1917)
- Summaries (1)
In this picture Jerry has a serious duty to perform, that of rescuing his girl from a "perfectly horrid" boarding house where her father has taken her. True to his character, Jerry causes mix-ups in which the landlady, the father, the policeman and Hank figure prominently. The first difficulty into which Jerry projects himself is a melee with the police in which the latter get the worst end of a garden hose encounter. Jerry escapes and disguises himself as a woman. In this garb he goes to rescue the girl. He cannot resist the temptation to have a little fun out of the cop, the boarder, and the father, who are misled by his costume and make love to him. But Jerry's fooling on the job and neglecting the serious business in hand finally gets him into trouble and at the end he suffers for his pranks.
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