In this, his first film for the Selig Polyscope Company, Harold Lockwood played one of the title characters (veteran actor George Hernandez was the other), a rich boy masquerading as a vagabond. Lem Parker, who also wrote the screenplay, was one of Selig's busiest directors 1912-1913, after which he completely disappeared from films. He died in Temple, TX, in 1928.
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