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A Woman's Folly (1913)

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Having married a man much older than herself, Mrs. Grayson cannot get over the habit of flirting with young men. She is finally detected allowing a young man to kiss her at a reception ... See full summary »

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Joseph Singleton ...
Mr. Grayson
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Mrs. Grayson, the Young Wife
Robert Z. Leonard ...
Doctor Denton
Iva Shepard ...
Mrs. Saunders, the Hostess
Mr. Bogangi ...
The Young Clubman
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Having married a man much older than herself, Mrs. Grayson cannot get over the habit of flirting with young men. She is finally detected allowing a young man to kiss her at a reception which the husband and wife are attending. The husband's anger is so great that he suffers a stroke of apoplexy and falls unconscious at her feet. A doctor is hastily summoned and his final verdict is that the husband will live, a voiceless, helpless paralytic to the end. Brought to a realization of what her frivolous conduct has resulted in, the young wife takes her husband to a far western city, where she supports herself and husband by taking up her old occupation of a nurse. After two years of this life, she meets and falls in love with a young doctor at the hospital. He returns her love, believing her to be single and urges her to marry him. Naturally she refuses, though without giving any valid reason. Upon reaching home, however, she realizes that the doctor is entitled to know the reason. She ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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3 July 1913 (USA)  »

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