Oil and Water (1913)
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A female dancer marries and discovers she has little in common with her husband.
The dancer, as the saying is, was a "good actress on and off." To the idealist she appeared the living goddess of the dance and as such she entered his home. Then came the moment of illusion. The goddess became the actress longing for the life that was past. Oil and water each found its own and what might have been a fatal mistake was rectified by sacrifice.
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