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Broken Ways (1913)

In this story the young wife concerned is called upon to solve a rather momentous question. After separating from her husband, whom she has discovered to be a brute and a criminal, she is ... See full summary »

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The Road Agent
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The Sheriff
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In this story the young wife concerned is called upon to solve a rather momentous question. After separating from her husband, whom she has discovered to be a brute and a criminal, she is about to give herself to another man, believing her husband dead, when he appears before her fleeing from justice. Shall she deliver him to the law or surrender to his claims? She yields in one instance, but not in the other. Then justice intervenes. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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8 March 1913 (USA)  »

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Den Fredløses Hustru  »

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Lifted above the ordinary picture story
13 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

A speedily conducted picture of the West, in quality like others by this maker. It is lifted above the ordinary picture story of bad-man and sheriff by the acting which is full of character and at times of human significance. Henry Walthall, a road agent, has married Blanche Sweet and she has found that he is often brutally drunk, so she leaves him and gets work across the mountain, where the sheriff, Alfred Paget, falls in love with her. Edward Dillon is the expressman. The story is soon wound up by a galloping to and fro of horses and then punctuated by a pistol shot. It will surely hold. The photography is good. - The Moving Picture World, March 22, 1913


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