About the film
Release Date: January 30, 1922
|Production Companies||:||Universal Film Manufacturing Company|
|Director||:||Dallas M. Fitzgerald|
|Writers||:||Wallace Clifton, Percival Wilde|
Mazie, a shop-girl of New York City's Little Ireland, goes to the aid of a young man in formal attire involved in a street fight. Though badly beaten, he bears a strong resemblance to Lord Lytton, the hero of a magazine story Mazie is reading in installments. Although he is, in reality, a soda clerk, Mazie permits his attentions, and together they read the "Sloppy Stories" yarn about English nobility.