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An unexpected matter of business prevents Henry Lawrence from staying to a dance with his wife, and he returns to the house, promising to call for her at the end of the evening. Engrossed ... See full summary »

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An unexpected matter of business prevents Henry Lawrence from staying to a dance with his wife, and he returns to the house, promising to call for her at the end of the evening. Engrossed in his work, be forgets all about her and she is brought home by Count Vladimer Bredowski, whom she has met at the ball. After this, the Count becomes a regular caller at the Lawrence's and often goes out riding or driving with Mrs. Lawrence when her husband is too busy to accompany her. The young woman becomes extremely piqued with her husband and contrasts his actions with the ever willingness of the Count to oblige her. One day, coming home from a gallop through the park, the Count attempts to embrace Mrs. Lawrence and begs her to fly with him and let him give her the love she desires. Fearing herself, she goes to her husband and asks him to take her to Europe, but he replies that he has too much to do and cannot spare the time. Enraged at what she considers his neglect, Mrs. Lawrence goes to the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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So strongly presented that it holds the attention
24 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

A familiar plot, without any particularly new situations in it, is here so strongly presented that it holds the attention. William Humplirey, Dorothy Kelly and S. Rankin Drew form the inevitable triangle. The neglected wife receives much attention from the count and decides to give herself up to him. She goes to his apartments, but later repents and climbs out of the window. Her husband enters, finds her glove and becomes enraged. The reconciliation follows. - The Moving Picture World, July 19, 1913


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