An actress cures an aged flirt by posing as his wife.

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Triplet (as Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson)
Irene Vanbrugh ...
Peg Woffington
Henry S. Irving ...
Colander
Gerald du Maurier ...
Hunsdon
Dennis Neilson-Terry ...
Ernest Vane
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Mabel Vane
Ben Webster ...
Sir Charles Pomander
C.M. Lowne ...
Quinn
Nigel Playfair ...
Rich
Lillah McCarthy ...
Kitty Clive
Dion Boucicault Jr. ...
Colley Cibber
Henry Vibart ...
Burdock
Donald Calthrop ...
Lovell
J. Fisher White ...
Snarl
Lyall Swete ...
Soper
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An actress cures an aged flirt by posing as his wife.

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