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So Runs the Way (1913)

The young wife only reflected her aspiring mother's teaching. Her one ambition seemed to be for display and to keep her reputation as a woman of fashion. The husband's first weakness in ... See full summary »

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James Cooley ... Frederick A. Paulson
... Fred's Wife
... Fred's Aspiring Sister
W.C. Robinson ... The Butler
Joseph McDermott ... The Detective
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The young wife only reflected her aspiring mother's teaching. Her one ambition seemed to be for display and to keep her reputation as a woman of fashion. The husband's first weakness in fearing to tell her that the source of her power had gone, resulted in a second, a near-theft, nevertheless incriminating. Through it came the lesson. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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11 October 1913 (USA)  »

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Eminently successful and well worth seeing
8 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

A notable presentation of a problem in society life. The rich young man is practically roped into his marriage with a cold-blooded society favorite, by her designing mother. The proposal scene was excellently handled. Later, when he is financially ruined, he steals some jewels at a reception. This was the weakest scene in the production, as the open, unguarded jewel cases would hardly have been left as they were. The picture ends happily, the young wife awakening after the husband is arrested. She pleads for his release and succeeds in obtaining it. From the standpoint of acting, characterization and photography this is eminently successful and well worth seeing because of its strong story. - The Moving Picture World, October 25, 1913


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