While the players proper are not well known, for a moment or two in the picture the majority of the better known stars of filmdom are introduced. The list includes: Cecil B. DeMille, Wm. S. Hart, Walter Hiers, May McAvoy, Charles De Roche, Owen Moore, Baby Peggy, Viola Dana, Anna Q. Nilsson, Thomas Meighan, Betty Compson, Leatrice Joy, Theo. Kosloff, George Fawcett, Bryant Washburn, Hope Hampton, Eileen Percy, Bull Montana, Pola Negri, Jack Holt, Jacqueline Logan, Nita Naldi, Wm. de Mille, Jack Pickford, Lloyd Hamilton, Will Rogers, T. Roy Barnes, Agnes Ayres, Lila Lee, Lois Wilson, Noah Beery, Alf. E. Green, Anita Stewart, Ben Turpin, J.W. Kerrigan, Ford Sterling.
The story is cleverly conceived. It concerns a pretty girl in a small town who thinks that she should be in the movies. Having nothing but beauty in her favor, she cannot get a chance; but her grandfather, being a type, is practically forced into film work. He takes on airs, is an honored guest at the homes of the stars, while the girl who expected to prove a sensation in pictures depends on him for her living. The grandmother and an old maid of the family rush to Hollywood on money the old fellow sent home. They are both nabbed as types and get into pictures. Every one connected with her gets into pictures but she herself.
It is an amusing idea, good comedy and the inside life of Hollywood is shown. The girl meets Mary Pickford, to whom she delivers a dress. Mary calls Doug Fairbanks out that the girl may meet him.