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The Value of Mothers-in-Law (1913)

Mr. Newly Hitched becomes jealous when he discovers his wife is wearing a gentleman's ring. Mrs. Newly Hitched returns the same compliments to her husband, when she discovers he has a ... See full summary »
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Mr. Newly Hitched - the Husband
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Mrs. Newly Hitched - the Wife
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1st Mother-in-Law
Clara Smith ...
2nd Mother-in-Law
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Mr. Newly Hitched becomes jealous when he discovers his wife is wearing a gentleman's ring. Mrs. Newly Hitched returns the same compliments to her husband, when she discovers he has a ladies' fan in his possession. Wifey locks her husband out. Both send telegrams to their mothers. The mothers arrive. The value of mothers-in-law was when they brought the two jealous "children" together. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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4 June 1913 (USA)  »

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The scenes are pretty and well made
17 September 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A pleasing little picture of a quarrel and its ending. The two Newly Hitcheds have each been flirting and have caught each other and so the spat begins. It takes two mothers-in-law to patch things together again as good as new, Billy Mason and Dorothy Phillips play the young folks with Eleanor Blanchard and Clara Smith as the mothers-in-law. It is gracefully acted, the scenes are pretty and well made and the photography is clear. It is an offering to give amused enjoyment rather than laughter. It will be liked. - The Moving Picture World, June 21, 1913


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