A Game for Two (1910)

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A wife tries to drive away her husband's best friend by flirting with him, but trouble arises when the friend flirts back.


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Mrs. Henderson
King Baggot ...
Clark, the Best Friend
Mr. Henderson


It is very flattering for a man to know that his wife loves him dearly, but there are times when affection makes trouble. Henderson has a wife who is as much in love with him as any courting lover could be. So when his old college pal, Clark, comes to visit them, wifey does her best to make things pleasant. One thing does not please her and that is that the two old chums are together too much, and she is being robbed of her husband's time. The idea is strong within her, and soon she gets so jealous that, just like a woman, she consults her best friend about it. The friend advises her that by making love to Clark she can get rid of him. She follows the tip, and is soon making things miserable for poor Clark. He is an honorable chap who wouldn't go and tell his chum all about it, so he decides to clear out. And he would, too, if he didn't find that note the friend wrote Mrs. Henderson. Seeing how matters stand, he decides instead to return her attentions. To her great surprise then, she... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Comedy | Romance





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30 June 1910 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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It is very exciting while it lasts
18 July 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

Whether or not a woman could reasonably be jealous of a husband's male friend is a question which might have to be left to circumstances. However, the mix-up here shown is rendered first humorous because the wife becomes jealous, and next serious when she begins bestowing unwelcome attentions upon the friend for the purpose of driving him away. Unfortunately, the husband is not particularly enamored of the Romeo stunt of his friend and begins some uncomfortable shooting about the place. But, happily, the tangles arc all unraveled and peace once more folds her wings and rests within the household. It is very exciting while it lasts, however, and promises in some phases to result in a disagreeable disturbance. - The Moving Picture World, July 16, 1910

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