Mr. Boyd, a very jealous husband, through a combination of circumstances, finds his wife talking to a good looking bachelor named Perry. He forbids his wife to talk to the man again, but ... See full summary »
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Mr. Boyd, a very jealous husband, through a combination of circumstances, finds his wife talking to a good looking bachelor named Perry. He forbids his wife to talk to the man again, but later when she meets with an accident, Mr. Perry goes to her assistance and they are both discovered in each other's company by the irate husband. He will listen to no explanation and orders his wife home. Later, their child, a boy of four years, is taken suddenly ill during the evening while the maid is out. The mother starts to go for remedies and on her way to the drug store, meets Perry, and in her anxiety for her sick boy, asks Perry to go to the drug store for her. He does so and returns with the prescription and helps the wife in her care for the child. Mr. Boyd, who has been working in his office late, returns. Their boy has just gone to sleep and Perry is about to leave the house when they hear Mr. Boyd returning. Perry and wife remember Boyd's insane jealousy. The wife tells Perry to hide ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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7 May 1913 (USA)  »

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This is not a very powerful story
3 September 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

Bobby's sick spells bring trouble to his parents, as his benefactor is always the same handsome young man, impersonated by Irving Cummings. As the latter brings medicine to the sick boy's room, the father appears on the scene and there is a terrific hand-to-hand conflict. This is not a very powerful story, but it certainly holds the attention. - The Moving Picture World, May 17, 1913


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