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Jerry and The Vampire

Jerry and The Vampire

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Young man on couch afraid of young girl who puts her arm around him. 1917 silent film. The plot: Jerry goes to the beach for a rest. He sees Mme. Bada Tara, whom he admires and is told she is a screen vampire. Jerry follows her until she enters her limousine and is driven away. Jerry wanders over to the sand and falls asleep. He seems to awake and walks along the sand near the water's edge. He finds a ring washed up by the sea and discovers it is magic; all he needs to do is wish for anything and it is his immediately. He wishes at once for money and his hands become full. Jerry hastens to a café and orders an immense feed. The women smile and he is quite a lion. The vampire and the villain enter and decide to ensnare him, so the villain withdraws. Jerry joins the vampire and after the supper they go to her apartments. Here she pulls real vampire stuff while the villain directs her efforts from the portieres. As the vampire embraces Jerry the villain comes in, acts the part of the injured husband and demands all Jerry's money as damages. Jerry refuses and they have a fight, in which the villain knocks Jerry down and the vampire pulls his ear. He awakes with a start to find a big lobster biting his ear and realizes it was a dream. He is last seen devouring a hot dog on the boardwalk.