~The Ragamuffin~
~5027: Blanche Sweet~
~501: Blanche Sweet & Minnette Barrett~
~5030: Blanche Sweet & Tom Forman~
~7317: Unknown & Sessuye Hayakawa~
~Plot Synopsis~
In planning to break into the house of the wealthy Bob Van Dyke, Jenny's stepfather decides that his
stepdaughter should do most of the dirty work, and Jenny, not wanting to disappoint him, grudgingly
agrees. As soon as she enters the house, Bob catches her, but then goes back to his bedroom after
making her give her word not to take anything. Jenny breaks her promise, however, and steals a
photograph of Bob, in order to remember the man who has been so kind to her. Jenny then leaves her
stepfather's gang and decides to go straight, but Bob, who has fallen on hard times, makes plans to
commit a robbery. Jenny finds out and pulls the heist herself in order to protect Bob, after which she
convinces him to get a job. Then, Bob and Jenny, having sworn off crime forever, make plans for their

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed & Written by: William C. de Mille

Blanche Sweet ...Jenny
Tom Forman ...Bob Van Dyke
Minnette Barrett ...Beth, His Sister
Mrs. Lewis McCord ...Mary
J. Parks Jones ...Jack Dexter (as Park Jones)
James Neill ...A Broker
William Elmer ...Kelly
Agnes de Mille ...Jenny, as a Child
Sessuye Hayakawa (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company

Distribution Company: Famous Players-Lasky Corporation

Cinematography by: Walter Stradling
Art Direction by: Wilfred Buckland
Assistant Director: M.A. Harris

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: January 23, 1916