Edgar returns from a long business trip to find moving men loading furniture into a van and a warning from a neighbor that wife Irene is leaving him because of his frequent temper tantrums directed toward his in-laws. A recalcitrant Edgar convinces her to stay... providing there are no more outbursts, but his mother-in-law and brother-in-law conspire to deliberately provoke him and cause Irene to leave.
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[Talking to an uncooperative lock that refuses to chime the correct time
You think you can make me mad, little clockie, but nothing can make me mad... even you!
Composed by Euphemia Allen
(a.k.a. Arhur de Lulli) (1877)
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