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Two Souls with But a Single Thought; or, A Maid and Three Men (1913)

What sad havoc a maid can make with men's hearts: she can turn friends into the most bitter enemies. This is exactly what happens when Jack and Mack happen upon the fair Lillie. The young ... See full summary »

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James Lackaye ...
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What sad havoc a maid can make with men's hearts: she can turn friends into the most bitter enemies. This is exactly what happens when Jack and Mack happen upon the fair Lillie. The young lady's beau has gone away on a business trip and she is left all by her lonesome. To pass away the lagging hours, she flirts most outrageously with Jim and Mack, two fat men, and gets lots of fun out of their frenzied pursuit of her. They first meet Lillie at a fashionable entertainment, and once fall head and ears in love with her. Secretly flattered by their attentions, she flirts with them both and fans the flame of their obvious devotion, making them extremely jealous of each other. The next day they all meet at a theater and the men buy seats on each side of the girl, who has slyly let them see the number of her ticket. During the performance they both pester her nearly to death, crowding up near her and both attempting to speak at once, absolutely crushing her between them. In spite of the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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14 May 1913 (USA)  »

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Two Hearts That Beat as One  »

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It is a commercial picture
9 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

The two hearts beat in the breasts of James Lackaye and Hughie Mack, who both love Lillian Walker, a society girl with an absent sweetheart of her own. There were one or two times when the laughter was at least loud. The whole idea is not one to appeal to cultivated people and there is a touch or two, as when the two fat men sit down with the girl in a hammock and break it down, that were made expressly for the gallery. The photography is fair. It is a commercial picture made rather than written by Mrs. Breuil and produced by Bert Angeles. The photography is fair. - The Moving Picture World, May 31, 1913


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