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The Other Woman (1912)

Dorothy Kent secretly loves her employer, William Smythe, a photographer. Smythe and his pretty assistant have, for some years, been attempting to perfect a process of color photography. ... See full summary »

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William Smythe
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Mrs. William Smythe
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Dorothy Kent - Smythe's Assistant
Baby Nuber ...
The Smythe Baby
Walter Roberts ...
President of the Engraving Company
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Vice President of the Engraving Company
Rose Evans ...
Mrs. Berg
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Mrs. Berg's Stenographer
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Miss Kent's Maid
Edgar G. Wynn ...
The Office Boy
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Dorothy Kent secretly loves her employer, William Smythe, a photographer. Smythe and his pretty assistant have, for some years, been attempting to perfect a process of color photography. Smythe grows discouraged and is about to abandon the work when Dorothy suddenly achieves the desired goal. Smythe embraces Dorothy, much to that young lady's pleasure. Smythe's wife has observed the embrace. Believing that she has interrupted a liaison between Miss Kent and her husband, she takes her child and leaves. The husband rushes home. He finds that his wife has left him for good. Upon returning to the office he finds that Dorothy has patented and sold the color process secret, and is now wealthy. The years pass, Smythe, once strong and prosperous is now the penniless, dissipated plaything of the vampire woman Dorothy. Fate has also dealt harshly with Mrs. Smythe and we now find her reduced to the position of scullery maid. By coincidence she is employed by Dorothy. Smythe calls upon Dorothy ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama | Romance

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15 April 1912 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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