Two cross-dressing comedies from the Keystone Film Company.
The Danger Girl (Keystone, 1916)
A dangerously seductive woman threatens to lure the men astray. Gloria has a plan to save her beau by disguising herself as a man and capturing the vampís attention, but not everyone will let her go without a fight.
Starring: Gloria Swanson, Bobby Vernon - See complete cast and crew
Length: 25 minutes
Dollars and Sense (Keystone, 1916)
The daughter of a hotel owner in a small western town stands to inherit a fortune on the condition that she ditch her rustic boyfriend and agree to marry a refined eastern gentleman, but she and her brother have other ideas.
Starring: Ora Carew, Joseph "Baldy" Belmont - See complete cast and crew
Length: 29 minutes
Both films feature an original, scene-specific piano score compiled from period appropriate photoplay music.
54 minutes total - 1.33:1 original aspect ratio - Stereo sound - NTSC - All regions