A fortune teller tells a store clerk with a romantic disposition that she was a Spanish noblewoman in an earlier life. The girl begins to live the part of the Spanish noblewoman and romance and comedy ensue.
A few hours before she was a dashing Spanish beauty, belle of the ball, And here she is covered with coal dust, dressed like a waif of the streets! (Print Ad- Urbana Daily Democrat, ((Urbana, Ohio)) 1 July 1921)
Did You Know?
Several comics of the silent era did variations on the "mannequin leg" gag in which someone mistakes a mannequin leg for a real woman's leg. Mabel Normand put a unique twist on the gag for her version by deliberately pretending the fake legs were real. See more
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