Ted Ewing, a young New Yorker, is the guardian of Nora Hildreth, with whom he is in love. He invests her fortune of $50,000 and an equal amount of his own money (constituting almost his ... See full summary »

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Edward Abeles ...
Ted Ewing
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Oki - the Valet
Betty Schade ...
Nora Hildreth
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Mrs. Russell - Aunt Diddy
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Bruno Schwartz
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Sam Parker
James Neill ...
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Ernest Joy
Jode Mullally
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Ted Ewing, a young New Yorker, is the guardian of Nora Hildreth, with whom he is in love. He invests her fortune of $50,000 and an equal amount of his own money (constituting almost his entire property) in a stock exchange speculation. When this speculation apparently fails he seeks to reimburse the girl by taking out a life insurance policy in her favor and then killing himself. But, as the policy has a clause invalidating it in case of suicide, he has to arrange an "accidental death" for himself, and, to this end, enters into an arrangement with the chief of the S.S.S., a blackmailing society which has already threatened his life. The humorous complications really begin when it develops that the money has not been lost but doubled, so that Ted, instead of wishing to die, has every reason imaginable for wishing to live. It is, however, almost impossible to break his sworn pact with the S.S.S. and his own Japanese valet, to whom he gave the money to pay for his death, refuses to ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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29 November 2001 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

In the year when Charles Chaplin signed up with Essanay Films to write, direct and act in his own two reelers, Cecil B. DeMille adapted his own stage play, 'After Five', into a feature film at the age of 35. It is akin to translating the experiences of being in church into a feature film.


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