Dimples is considered to be a lost film.

U.S.A. Release: February 13, 1916

Produced by: Columbia-Metro
Distributed by: Metro Pictures Corporation
Directed by: Edgar Jones
Written by: Harry O. Hoyt

Black & White
Five Reels
Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format

Mary Miles Minter as Dimples
William Cowper as Her Father
John J. Donough as Horton
Thomas Carrigan as Robert Stanley
Schuyler Ladd as Joseph Langdon
Ferdinand Tidmarsh as Melbourne Howard
Peggy Hopkins Joyce as Eugenia Abbott
Charlotte Shelby as Mrs. Riley
Harry Ford as Tom Craig
William Rausher as Minister
Mae De Metz as Minister's Wife

After the death of her father, Dimples, played by Mary Miles Minter, takes up residence at her aunt's boardinghouse. In short order, love is in the air after she meets Robert Stanley, a wealthy young man who was staying at the boardinghouse to forget a broken engagement.

While planning to marry, a stock market panic threatens to ruin Robert. Dimples uses the inheritance from her father, which has been safely tucked away in her doll since early in the film, to save her handsome beau from disaster. Thus, the romance, and a happy ending, can continue.

* As reported in the December 12, 1915 issue of the New York Telegraph, Mary Miles Minter and the rest of the cast left New York in a special Pullman car December 8, 1915. Destination, St. Augustine, where they would commence work on Dimples and another film.

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