Theatre: Theatre: Aug. 30, 1926

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Sunshine. With winning personality, fine restraint, resonant voice, Actor O. P. Heggie inspires Sunshine to meagre life. As an honest, easy-going country lawyer, he apotheosizes kindliness. Dramatic conflict raises its cruel head when it is discovered that his dearly beloved, departed wife had once been indiscreet in Kansas. Therefore, by a technicality of nature, Sunshine Dave's daughter, light of his life, is really the offspring of a successful manufacturer. Everyone rejoices when Sunshine wages a stern, successful battle for the idealized halo of his wife's memory and preservation of his home...

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