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Rose Hale
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The heroine is a country girl who marries a city chap and finds herself neglected after the novelty of the honeymoon has worn off. Ralph Van Court is lost while hunting in the Adirondacks, and is found by Rose Hale. The young man had been in love with Viola Shepard, but discovered that she intended to marry his uncle, Stephen Van Court, for the sake of his money. After the two marriages, Ralph starts a flirtation with Viola, and spends most of his time away from home. When his son is about five years of age, Ralph's attentions to his uncle's wife become so marked that everyone is talking of the affair. T The big situation comes when Viola meets Ralph at a road house, after consenting to run away with him. Stephen Van Court learns of the affair, and so does Rose. She reaches the private supper room before Stephen, and manages to make him believe that he has been misled about his wife's duplicity. Rose does this to shield the father of her boy, and Ralph is awakened to the true worth of... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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This simple love story is absolutely without thrills
15 November 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

There is very little real drama in "Her Mistake," a photonovel produced by Julius Steger, with Evelyn Nesbit and her son, Russell, featured. This simple love story is absolutely without thrills, but the character of Rose is a sympathetic one, and is admirably suited to the personality and acting ability of Evelyn Nesbit. In the earlier scenes she hardly looks an eighteen-year-old girl, but in the latter portion of the picture carries her share of the situations surprisingly well. Her son, Russell, is a real help to the picture. Julius Steger has produced "Her Mistake'' with good effect, and the mountain scenery is often beautiful. Eugene Strong, Lois Meredith, and Charles Wellsley are the prominent members of the support. - The Moving Picture World, May 4, 1918


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