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A writer bets a friend that he can write a 10,000-word novel in 24 hours. The friends takes the bet, and gives him the keys to his Baldpate Inn, which has been closed for the winter, so he can write in complete seclusion. Things start heating up, though, when a succession of people who also have keys to the inn begin showing up.

  1. Hugh Ford

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  2. Earl Derr Biggers

    Novel

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  1. George M. Cohan

    George M. Cohan

    George Washington Magee

  2. Anna Q. Nilsson

    Anna Q. Nilsson

    Mary Norton

  3. Hedda Hopper

    Hedda Hopper

    Myra Thornhill (as Elda Furry)

  4. Corene Uzzell

    Mrs. Rhodes

  5. Joseph W. Smiley

    Joseph W. Smiley

    Mayor Cargan

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Seven Keys to Baldpate

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  • October 16, 1917
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Original Language English

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