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Reforming a Husband (1909)

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Back from the wedding trip. The young couple arrive at home and get ready to settle down for a happy life. "Now, darling, you must not smoke anymore." While wifey is taking off her wraps ... See full summary »

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Back from the wedding trip. The young couple arrive at home and get ready to settle down for a happy life. "Now, darling, you must not smoke anymore." While wifey is taking off her wraps the husband lights a cigar. The wife returns, and is startled. She takes the cigar out of the young husband's mouth, telling him that he must not smoke any more. Hubby's face is a study. "Well, dearie, no more card playing." It is evening. The young husband is trying to pass the time by playing solitaire. Wifey enters, takes the cards, tears them up and tells hubby that he must not play cards any more. "But, sweetheart, you must not drink anymore." The husband is resigned. He goes to the buffet to take a drink of whiskey, but wifey takes the glass from his lips and tells hubby that be must not drink anymore. The husband looks in surprise, wondering what next he shall do no more. "Isn't he a darling?" The young couple have visitors. They offer them wine and cigars. The young husband does not smoke, ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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18 March 1909 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with Uncle Reuben's Courtship (1909). See more »

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