Harry Forsyth, a young easterner, happy in the belief that his wife loves him above all others, bids her good-bye one day to leave for a neighboring city. The next few scenes show him at ... See full summary »
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Harry Forsyth, a young easterner, happy in the belief that his wife loves him above all others, bids her good-bye one day to leave for a neighboring city. The next few scenes show him at his room in the hotel in a distant town, eagerly awaiting some message from home. Two days go by and the letter is not forthcoming. Worried about what may have occurred at home, young Forsyth, over a long distance telephone, is put into communication with his butler at home. The butler reads him the following message, with the statement that his wife left the house a few days before in company of another man: "Deal Harry, I am going away with another man I love better than you. Forget me and be happy. Yours, Gladys." After young Forsyth recovers from this terrible shock he decides to hunt out the man who wrecked his home and have revenge. After many weary days of search he finds his wife in a dismal attic, half-starved and dying from a broken heart. The man she had loved and for whom she had ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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16 July 1910 (USA)  »

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Trailed to the West  »

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No question about the interest the picture excites
29 July 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A story of grim vengeance. Perhaps it would be unwise to say that either of the men did right, and yet there is a sympathetic feeling in the breast of every man which would influence most of them to condone an offence against the laws, which had a basis like this. When a home is wrecked in this way one sometimes feels that almost anything is justifiable. The effect upon an audience may not be altogether desirable, but there can be no question about the interest the picture excites. Somehow such a scene touches one's heart and there is more or less sympathy with the man who inflicts his own punishment instead of appealing to the law. - The Moving Picture World, July 30, 1910ge


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