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Bank clerk John Hart is about to marry Mary Kelly, but she insists that before that happens he must grow a mustache. The idea of that shakes him up so much that he gets distracted at work, comes up short in his accounts and gets fired. Unable to find another job, he begins to work as an extra at a nearby film studio to earn money. One day the leading man of a picture John is working on gets into an argument with the director and storms off the set. Angered, the director sees John and, deciding that he'll show his arrogant star that he can make a movie idol out of just about anybody, picks John to replace him. As it turns out, John has a real talent for acting and before he knows it he becomes a star. Unfortunately, "stardom" isn't what John thought it would be.

  1. Alfred Santell

    Director

  2. Blanche Merrill

    Story

  3. Paul Schofield

    Story

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  1. Ben Lyon

    Ben Lyon

    John Hart / Don Juan Hartez

  2. Lois Wilson

    Lois Wilson

    Mary Kelly

  3. Blanche Sweet

    Blanche Sweet

    Juliet

  4. Dorothy Sebastian

    Dorothy Sebastian

    Gilda La Bray

  5. Diana Kane

    Kathra Granni

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Status Released

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  • January 13, 1926
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 34m

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