Rosalie, previous to her marriage to Jean Lenormand, had been wooed by a young trapper, Pierre Laroux. It was principally Pierre's weakness for drink that induced Rosalie to discard him in ... See full summary »

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Rosalie Lenormand
Stanley Walpole ...
Jean Lenormand
Barrington Barringer ...
Pierre Laroux
Nellie Slattery ...
Olympe Thurry
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Rosalie, previous to her marriage to Jean Lenormand, had been wooed by a young trapper, Pierre Laroux. It was principally Pierre's weakness for drink that induced Rosalie to discard him in favor of Jean. But life in Jean Lenormand's cabin is an endless round of drudgery for Rosalie. Although they are poor they are happy in the love of their child, Cecile. Jean leaves for work, and while he is gone Pierre arrives as Rosalie is chopping wood. Pierre's love is reawakened, and he resolves to win her. Jean returns at supper time and discovers the bandanna handkerchief, which rouses his suspicions. He tries to shake off his jealousy as he enters the cabin and kisses his wife. Later, however, he is tortured by his suspicions, and seeks oblivion at the village saloon. Leaving the saloon slightly intoxicated, he encounters Pierre, whose insolent manner causes Jean to confront him with the accusing evidence of the handkerchief. They proceed to fight it out. In the mêlée Jean's leg is broken, ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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22 July 1916 (USA)  »

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