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By A. E. Thomas
Presented hy the January Graduating Class of
Oak Cliff High School
CAST OF CHARACTERS IN ORDER OF THEIR APPEARANCE
Paul Dangerfield, alias Smithfield - - - EARL LINDBERG
Charles Dangerfield, alias Brindlehurg VICTOR HAGEMANN
Elizabeth Dangerfield, alias Araminta - ALICE SMITH
Olivia Dangerfield, alias Jane Ellen - IRENE STEVENSON
Amanda, Olivia's black mammy - - DIXIE TAYLOR
Sammy I I -... ' - MARY Jo STROTHER
Handy Weeics, agent of the DZlY'lgClAfl3lflS - DAVID WOOLF
Burton Crane, from the north - - JOE CRAFT
Mrs. Falkener, Tuckerfs sister - EVELYN MORTON
Cora lfalkener, her daughter - - - MARIE FRIEND
Solon Tucker, Crane's attorney and guest KELLUM JOHNSON
Thomas Lefferts, statistical poet - - .TACK SPEARS
Time: The Present.
Place: ,The Dangerfield Mansion in Virginia.
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SYNOPSIS OF SCENES
ACT. l-fDrawing Room of the Dangerfield Mansion.
NOTICZ During this act the curtain will be lowered to indicate
the passing of four hours' time.
ACT. II--The Kitchen-afternoon-two days later.
ACT. III--The Dining-room-evening of the same day.
In order to get the money necessary for their sick father, who is in Europe,
the Dangerfields have leased their home for six weeks to Burton Crane, a Yankee.
Mr. Crane has particularly specified that a staff of white servants shall be
furnished. At the last moment the servants refuse to come, and to prevent the
breaking of the lease Olivia Dangerfield persuades her sister and brothers to he
servants, along with herself, until a new staff can be provided.
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Mr. Ernest Heran
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- EARLE HAMILTON
- VERNON SINGLETON
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A SYNOPSIS OF SCENES
ACT. I.-The Library at Mr. Bullivant's.
ACT. II.-The Same Room as at the End of Act I.
ACT III.-Mr. ,larvisis Rooms in London.
IV.--The Same as Acts I and II.
The play opens at the country home of Mr. Bullivant, where he lives with his
granddaughter, Virginia. Mr. Bullivant is inclined to be a fussy, old-fashioned
gentleman, who is one minute storming at every one and is all heart for them the
next. He some day hopes that Virginia will marry Ernest, who is in the employ
of a large diamond concern. Ernest is intrusted with one of the largest diamonds
in the world, which he is to bring to London. He comes to the home of the
Bullivant's in preference to going to some London Hotel. It is then that Jarvis,
a clever, fascinating man, though in reality a crook, contrives to get an invitation
to the home of the Bullivantis. He attacks Ernest in the dark, secures the
diamond and leaves for London the next day.
Grumpy determines to find the diamond and Ruddock, his old servant, helps
him. He follows Jarvis to London, where Jarvis intends to turn the stone over
to Woolf, a Jew. At the time of the robbery Ernest is wearing a camelia with a
hair tied around the stem, which Susan, the maid, put there. It is by means of this
flower that the real thief is finally discovered and naturally it ends happily.
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