|Writers||Colin Campbell (scenario)
|Cast||Tom Santschi Wheeler Oakman Eugenie Besserer Frank Clark|
|Plot||Bill Harcourt and Jim Harcourt, who have always shopped in the country by mail order, come to live in town and conclude to furnish a little flat on the easy payment system. They get out of work and out of money, and the furniture dealer snatches out his goods, leaving them in a bare establishment, barring the fact that each has a pair of pajamas. Their aunt and uncle, from whom they have great expectations, send word that they are coming to visit. Put to their wits' end to make an appearance, they borrow clothes and furniture from the neighboring flat and entertain their relations. The good impression is rudely shattered when the neighbors return suddenly. The neighbor strips the flat bare again and leaves the boys in their "dream robes."... search for Dollar Down, Dollar a Week on IMDb|
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