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The Way of the Woman (1914)

Presenting Miss Irene Hough, who was recently voted the most beautiful telephone operator in America. Arnold Cummins, a millionaire, tells his wife of his love for another woman, and ... See full summary »

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Arnold Cummins
Gerda Holmes ...
Mrs. Arnold Cummins
Irene Hough ...
Irene, the Telephone Operator
Lester Cuneo
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Presenting Miss Irene Hough, who was recently voted the most beautiful telephone operator in America. Arnold Cummins, a millionaire, tells his wife of his love for another woman, and informs her that as soon as he can obtain a divorce he Intends to marry her. Mrs. Cummins is stunned. She loves her husband and must consider the child. Would not the other woman be merciful? The next day the little boy calls up his father's office and talks to the switchboard girl. She, suspecting that Cummins has domestic troubles, switches the little fellow on Cummins' wire. His heart is softened. That evening when he goes to call on the woman, he finds his wife and child at her home. Mrs. Cummins has pleaded with her to save her home life from ruin. When Cummins arrives she tells him she intends to marry another man. Cummins almost collapses, but he leaves the place with his wife and child, and the next evening finds them once more a happy little family. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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29 December 1914 (USA)  »

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