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An excellent chance for the Edison players to picture human emotions

Author: deickemeyer from Chicago
25 February 2016

In many ways this is a beautiful picture. It affords an excellent chance for the Edison players to picture human emotions, and they utilize it with a good deal of power. The paralyzed husband's cure through fright when a curtain blown by the wind has knocked over the lamp, and his beautifully furnished room is in flames, is not made so convincing as his distress at what he thinks is his wife's selfish devotion to social pleasures. She had kept from him the fact that their fortune is gone, and is making a living singing in a theater. His vehement accusation when he is able to walk, but before he finds out the truth, hurt her sorely. The wife's representation of this scene is a very commendable piece of acting. It is worth seeing. - The Moving Picture World, July 8, 1911

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