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James Hazen, one-time crook, now wealthy and reformed, is recognized on his wedding day, by a former pal, Florrie Cook, who follows the young couple to Hazen's new home in the country. Hazen has isolated himself here in the hope of finding security in complete loneliness. He turns such neighbors as call out of the house, which causes much unhappiness for his wife, Alice. Cook, threatening to expose Hazen's real character to his young wife, compels the husband to treat him as a welcome guest. Cook takes further advantage of his hold over Hazen, when he tries to make love to Alice. She is rescued from him by Richard Courtright, one of the neighbors. Alice goes home and tells her husband of their guest's latest outrage, and insists that he be turned out. Hazen orders Cook to leave, and Cook agrees to do so, provided Hazen will help him burglarize Courtright's house. Hazen protests, but finally agrees to do this in order to rid himself of Cook. He advises Alice that be is seeing Cook to ...

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