Mr. Mortimer is detained at his office one evening, and his wife, one of the worrying kind, imagines that he has been set upon by desperadoes, struck down by an automobile and badly mangled... See full summary »

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William Wadsworth ...
Mr. Mortimer
Ida Williams ...
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Mr. Mortimer is detained at his office one evening, and his wife, one of the worrying kind, imagines that he has been set upon by desperadoes, struck down by an automobile and badly mangled and brought to a hospital, where they mistreat him. She again vainly tries to get him on the telephone, but as the repairman has the wires disconnected, she cannot reach him. She is about to let her mind launch off into another fantasy when her husband comes home safe and sound and tells her everything. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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7 June 1913 (USA)  »

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A farce with a message
17 September 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A farce with a message; but C.J. Williams has done much more amusing work. In the first part the worry gets over but not the fun, and the last half makes some laughter by broad humor, Mrs. C.J. Williams and William Wadsworth play the leads. - The Moving Picture World, June 21, 1913


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