Much of Essanay's The Game takes place on the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade (or a reasonable facsimile). A stockbroker's son cheekily inaugurate's a transaction which causes his business rivals to reel in indignation. At first, everyone assumes that the son is a reckless young upstart, doomed to crash and burn. But by film's end, everyone realizes that he has an excellent head on his shoulders, and as a result, the young scamp is appointed head man of his own father's firm. A minor romantic subplot is thrown in for those not interested in Bulls and Bears.
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