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Father Makes Himself Useful (1911)

Fritz Grenshaw was an ideal husband and very much in love with his young wife, Irene. But his disposition was such that he did not show many of those little attentions and caresses which ... See full summary »

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Fritz Grenshaw was an ideal husband and very much in love with his young wife, Irene. But his disposition was such that he did not show many of those little attentions and caresses which women love. After a while, Irene decided that she was a neglected wife. She wrote to her husband's father complaining of Fritz's neglect. His father thought over the problem and then had a bright idea. He packed his grip and in due time arrived at the home of his son and daughter-in-law. There he told Irene of his scheme and she entered heartily into it. When Fritz come home he found his father very attentive to Irene. At first he took no notice of this, but father's attentions increased at an alarming rate. Finally Fritz remonstrated. Then he became angry, then suspicious, and at last very jealous. He told father right there in pretty strong language what he thought of his actions. Things were getting pretty serious when father and Irene revealed the whole scheme with the result that Fritz and his ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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23 January 1911 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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