Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Mary Miles Minter once more emulates her great rival Mary Pickford in Don't Call Me Little Girl. Ms. Minter plays a Miss Fixit type who descends upon a small town and warms everyone's heart therein. Her biggest task is to land a husband for her plain-jane cousin Ruth Stonehouse. Don't Call Me Little Girl was directed by Joseph Henaberry, Fatty Arbuckle's favorite director; ironically, within a year both Minter and Arbucke's careers would be destroyed by scandal. The film was based on Jerry, a play by Catherine Chisholm Cushing.
cousin, matchmaker, small-town