Stuart Borden ( John Harron ) is infatuated with Aileen Alton ( Constance Bennett ), a notorious coquette who is interested only in men and money. When Stuart's debts become too high, his millionaire father cuts him off without a cent, and Aileen dumps him. Aileen later meets Stuart's father James, and soon has him in her coils. The elder Borden ( Huntly Gordon ) begins to neglect his family, and his wife gradually comes to know of his infidelity. Stuart does not know that his rival for Aileen's affections is his father, and, driven to despair, he goes to Aileen with the intention of killing whatever man he finds with her. Mrs. Borden ( Irene Rich ) learns of her son's plans and arrives at Aileen's house just in time to prevent patricide. The Bordens are considerably chastened by this experience and begin life anew, hoping to find peace again within the family circle.
This 1925 silent melodrama was produced by Warner Brothers Pictures, starring Constance Bennett, Huntly Gordon, Irene Rich and John Harron. Sadly, My Wife and I may now be among the many lost silent films.
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