By 1910, D.W. Griffith was far too busy to personally direct all of Biograph's films, thus he legislated authority to such assistants as Frank Powell, Dell Henderson and Mack Sennett. One of the studio's Griffith-less efforts of 1910 was the one-reel comedy A Gold Necklace. It all starts when two young men fall in love with two young ladies. One of the young Romeos purchases a gold necklace for his "Juliet." Alas, the necklace is delivered to the wrong woman, causing no end of trouble for all four protagonists. The trade magazine Variety took the film to task for showing one of the virginal heroines entering a restaurant without an escort (Horrors!)
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