John and Tilly's happy marriage is ruined when Tilly's father finds out about the scandalous past of John's mother. John, unaware of his father-in-law's meddling, thinks Tilly has left him,... See full summary »

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Tilly Whaley
Joseph Bennett ...
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John and Tilly's happy marriage is ruined when Tilly's father finds out about the scandalous past of John's mother. John, unaware of his father-in-law's meddling, thinks Tilly has left him, and he leaves town. Her father leads Tilly to believe that John has died in an accident, and he pushes her to marry someone else. Written by Anonymous

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14 November 1921 (USA)  »

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Amor não Morre  »

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Choppy, overly melodramatic tale of love gone wrong
8 April 2002 | by (Putney, VT) – See all my reviews

I can't agree with Mr. Atfield - the film just doesn't make sense or hold together. First the man is ashamed of his mother, then later reunites with her. First the girl stands by her man, then later lets her father take her away from him. The man doesn't even try to get an explanation as to why she's supposedly left him - he just runs away and allows a train wreck to end his identity. None of these people are remotely stable or likeable - they are totally shallow people. And a society where a father can reclaim his married daughter because her husband's mother is a whore and/or justifiably be ready to kill him because of the sins of his mother just can't be taken seriously. It's mentally ill as is every character in this choppy and ridiculously melodramatic silent. Quite poor in every department and quite unlikeable. However, I must agree with one thing- Lloyd Hughes is a gorgeous hunk.


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