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Two Women and One Man (1912)

Blanche Belmont is deeply in love with Herbert Lord and has every reason to believe that her affection is reciprocated. Blanche is a woman with a past and when Herbert decides to give up ... See full summary »

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Frank Smiley ...
Herbert Lord
Mabel Miller ...
Blanche Belmont
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Blanche Belmont is deeply in love with Herbert Lord and has every reason to believe that her affection is reciprocated. Blanche is a woman with a past and when Herbert decides to give up his old life and marry a girl of his own set, he sends Blanche a note in which he tells her that all is off between them. As a balm to the poor woman's injured feelings he agrees to settle a certain sum on her and commissions his lawyer to see her. Blanche refuses to be discarded in this fashion and orders the lawyer from her house. Baron Henri Strang, an adventurer, is a friend of Herbert's, and through his unsuspicious manner, succeeds in getting himself into Lord's good graces. Lord introduces him to his fiancée, Eleanor, and the pseudo baron makes love to her. Eleanor is fascinated by the baron, who eventually wins her away from Herbert. For a last farewell, Herbert visits Blanche and asks her to accept a bouquet of violets which he has been in the habit of sending to her every day. On the night ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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12 August 1912 (USA)  »

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