Full of Laughs, very Entertaining

Cutey and the Chorus Girls
R: James Young. B: Beta Breuil (story) D: Hughie Mack, Harry Lambart, Lillian Burns, Wally Van, Lillian Walker, Leah Baird, Flora Finch. P: Vitagraph Company of America. USA 1913
Print: EYE (Desmet collection)
Dutch titles

“A very funny picture, full of laughs, very entertaining; it pleased the audience markedly. It was written by Mrs. Breuil in a playful mood and successfully produced by James Young. Of today’s comedies, it is perhaps the best and every one of today’s releases is a good offering to the money-paying public. Wallie Van, as Cutey, lives up to his role and is well assisted by Flora Finch, the most tender-hearted one of the chorus; by Hughie Mack, a good natured comedian whose chortling smile is catching, and Harry Lambert, another of his companions. Leah Baird and Lillian Walker also add much. The Vitagraph tall man is in it. The photography is very good.”
The Moving Picture World, April 26, 1913

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