My, but he has a terrible temper. Even on the return voyage of their honeymoon, Mr. Ford's temper is painfully apparent when he violently objects to being disturbed by the sailors. Again, ... See full summary »

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My, but he has a terrible temper. Even on the return voyage of their honeymoon, Mr. Ford's temper is painfully apparent when he violently objects to being disturbed by the sailors. Again, when he has a difference with the taxi chauffeur in the settlement of his fare. He is naturally a gentleman, but his ungovernable temper makes him almost brutal. His young wife is almost driven to despair when Ford takes exception to the attention shown her at an evening reception which they are giving at their home. He flies into such a passion his behavior drives their friends in horror from the house. One evening, his wife is cleaning a pair of gloves, and placing them on a pair of hand-forms, standing them in the window. The shade being down, the shadow of Mr. Ford can be seen wildly gesticulating, apparently striking his wife. A policeman passing the house sees his actions and when Mrs. Ford appears to fall upon the floor, sees the false hands in a supplicating attitude. He immediately summons ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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20 February 1913 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the documentary Views of Ireland (1913). See more »

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Little real fun in seeing a man fly into a temper
31 July 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

One incident in this picture is rich in comedy and made the audience as a whole roar with laughter. There were some who laughed all the way through; but to many people there is little real fun in seeing a man fly into a temper and perhaps throw a platter across the dining room. Leo Delaney and Lillian Walker play Mr. and Mrs. Ford very well, also the scene making and photography are commendable: but there is too much bad temper and too little comical results of that state of mind in it to call the picture a great success as a whole. Mrs. Frances Brenon furnished a comedy with something fresh in it and her script was produced by Frederick Thompson. - The Moving Picture World, March 8, 1913


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