Wealthy Wall Street broker Thomas Maughm finally decides to divorce his spendthrift and reckless wife, and dictates a letter to that affect to his stenographer, Mary Moreland. While ... See full summary »

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Thomas Maughm
Jean La Motte ...
Mrs. Daisy Maughm (as Gene LaMotte)
Augusta Burmeister ...
Mrs. Moreland (as Augusta Burmester)
Fraser Tarbutt ...
Basil Romney
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Cicely Torrance (as Edna M. Holland)
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Wealthy Wall Street broker Thomas Maughm finally decides to divorce his spendthrift and reckless wife, and dictates a letter to that affect to his stenographer, Mary Moreland. While dictating the letter, he realizes that he is actually in love with Mary; when he tells her this, she confesses that she loves him, also, The pair make plans to meet in Boston later that night, but before Mary leaves, Maughm's wife confronts her and tells Mary that she still loves her husband. Ashamed, Mary convinces Maughm to go back to his wife. Complications ensue. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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9 July 1917 (USA)  »

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