Description:00 14 07 00 United States, 1910s. Florist's shop window. A couple in a convertible approaches - Doris May and Hallam Cooley. Cooley parks and enters to buy flowers. He bumps into a customer while leaving and clumsily knocks down his bouquet. He apologizes. The man with the bouquet gets in his car and recognizes, in passing, Doris May, who is waiting in a car farther away. Bothered, he hurries to leave. Doris May starts the car in a whirlwind and chases after the other car, like a woman pursuing her unfaithful husband. Cooley comes out at the same moment and sees that the car has disappeared. His father-in-law arrives in his own car, and Cooley informs him that his daughter has disappeared, along with her car. Otis Harlan suggests that Cooley accompany him to the art dealer's office.