|Cast||Thurston Harris Dolly Lupone|
|Plot||A young man at the seaside, burning with a desire to "pop the question," is disappointed to find the young lady sitting on the sand by the side of her stern looking father. Not to be outdone, he scribbles a note, and with sundry signs to the girl, buries it in the sand close by. The young lady, keeping her parent's attention seaward, signs to the youth that she fully understands. Unfortunately for them both, a lady, certainly not youthful, watches this little plan, and naturally takes the note to be intended for her self. Jumping from her seat, she at once appropriates it, which considerably disturbs the two lovers. The rival lady, who has read the note, goes up to the young man and plainly tells him that she accepts his offer. She endeavors to force her claim by taking the young man's arm. The situation becomes desperate, and the youth races off, chased by his admirer. The young lady, seeing her lover being chased by a rival, follows up the other pair. The father, with ferocious signs, naturally goes after his girl to bring her to her senses! The chased lover dashes to the pier and vaults over the gates, only to be followed by his pursuer. The younger lady, not being sufficiently agile to follow, goes to the water's edge and jumps into a boat, her father joining her. The young man jumps into the sea, catches his lady love in his arms and makes off. The father, left alone in the boat, is astonished to see a lady also sliding down a pier support, and, seeing her grave danger, immediately rows closely up and rescues her, thus leaving the lovers to get well away.... search for A Letter in the Sand on IMDb|
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