|Cast||John Bunny Wally Van Lillian Walker Flora Finch|
|Plot||John Bunny gets into an awful stew when he hears from his Aunt Eliza that she is coming to visit him and that she is bringing along her cousin, Jean, whom she wishes him to marry. He doesn't at all like the idea of abandoning his bachelor life and appeals to his friend, Jack Holmes, for aid. Jack is persuaded to masquerade as Bunny, whom his aunt has never seen, while Bunny himself gets into feminine garb and poses as the cook. As soon as he sees Jean, Bunny wishes to disclose his identity but cannot very well see his way clear to doing it. He is racked by all the fires of jealousy whenever be sees Jack flirting with her, which happens frequently. Having himself very much fallen in love with the lady, be decides to tell her of the little deception, and writes a letter to her, pushing it under the door of her room. In the letter he asks her to meet him in the arbor at the foot of the garden early nest morning. Aunt Eliza hears Joan as she passes down the stairs, and rushing out upon her, catches her and brings her into the room. Then she sees the letter in the girl's hand and grabs it. Aunty declares that Joan shall not keep the appointment in the garden, but that she will go in her place. This she does, her face covered with a heavy veil so that it cannot be seen. Bunny is delighted when he sees the lady coming down the path towards the arbor, and soon begins to flirt with her. He gets the surprise of his life, however, when he raises her veil to kiss her, and finds that he has been making love to his aunt instead of to his pretty second-cousin. Still more agony is piled upon him when he finds that Jean and Jack have been hidden behind the bushes, watching the whole of the proceedings. The sight of Bunny's crest-fallen face makes even the stern visage of Aunt Eliza relax a little, and she allows the triumphant Jack to bear off Jean, who goes as a willing captive. Bunny, after meditating on his sins for a while, makes up his mind that it is ail right after all. No wedding bells for him.... search for Bunny's Dilemma on IMDb|
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