A platonic experiment as to how a young couple should make love fails when it ceases to be platonic.



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Cast overview:
Florence Lloyd
Horace Plato


Horace Plato, an employer, without fully realizing it, is in love with Florence Lloyd, his stenographer, and she in her turn loves him, yet she realizes that the winning of him in the way she desires will be a delicate and difficult matter. To enliven this situation, Charlie Denton, another wealthy young man, is also in love with Florence and urges his suit with persistency. Plato awakens to the danger in young Denton's suit, becomes jealous and determines upon a quixotic measure. He informs his stenographer that she must marry him immediately, explaining the while that they can occupy different apartments in his home and that they will demonstrate to the world at large that Platonic love can be brought to a practical issue. Florence, believing that once married to him she can win him over in a practical way, agrees. They are married. In the scenes that follow, with Plato endeavoring to make proselytes of his friends and servants and his pretty young wife exercising all her charms to ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Romance | Short





Release Date:

9 October 1914 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Man Who Was Never Kissed  »

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1.33 : 1
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