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The Unburied Past (1913)

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The old saying, "that a man never loves hut once," proven to be the case with Walter Morris, who was smitten with Margaret Phillips, during his boyhood days. Margaret married a man of ... See full summary »

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The old saying, "that a man never loves hut once," proven to be the case with Walter Morris, who was smitten with Margaret Phillips, during his boyhood days. Margaret married a man of wealth. Jack Wright, the husband, soon tired of his treasure and passed many hours with his so-called affinity. Years pass and Walter Morris prospers. In his day dreams he sees his old love. The fast life that Jack led brought about an untimely ending. Margaret wrote to Walter, asking him to come to her assistance and straighten out the estate of her husband. The old love that he had locked in the cell of his heart awakens and he proposes to her. She informs him that the memory of her dear husband could not be cast aside. In examining the papers left on Wright's desk. Morris discovers a diary, which tells in full the double life the former had been leading. Margaret enters, sees Morris with the hook and requests him to tell her what it contains. He casts the diary into the grate, where the fatal words ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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