Synopsis by Phil Posner
Chaplin's 16th film for Keystone is the only Chaplin film thought to be lost. What we know of its plot comes from the movie magazines of the day. Apparently Charlie is the bandit who accosts a Count on his way to a society party and assumes his clothes, invitation and identity. He encounters rich girl Mabel Normand there and eventually the Keystone Kops show up to arrest Charlie. The plot seems to anticipate Chaplin's later Mutual film, The Count.
aristocracy, impersonation, love, party, police, robbery, romance