And the Villain Still Pursued Her (1914)

John compels Geraldine to return a gown she has just purchased, declaring that he cannot afford to pay for it. Geraldine meets Reggie, a former suitor, who offers to loan her the money to ... See full summary »
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John E. Brennan ... John
Ruth Roland ... Geraldine - John's Wife
George Larkin ... Reggie - Geraldine's Former Suitor
Sylvia Ashton Sylvia Ashton ... Aunt Clara - Geraldine's Aunt
Juanita Sponsler
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John compels Geraldine to return a gown she has just purchased, declaring that he cannot afford to pay for it. Geraldine meets Reggie, a former suitor, who offers to loan her the money to pay for the dress. To quiet her husband's suspicions, Geraldine forges a note purporting to come from her Aunt Clara, and encloses the money given to her by Reggie. All goes well until Aunt Clara unexpectedly arrives on a visit. To get out of the dilemma, Geraldine confesses to her soft-hearted Aunt. After administering a lecture, Aunt Clara gives Geraldine the price of the gown and orders her to return Reggie his money. Geraldine attempts to hand the money to Reggie during a dinner party given by her husband. Reggie, however, tries to make love to her. Furious, the girl rips the dress off and with the idea of ending her obligation to him, throws it into his face. John and his guests enter, attracted by the noise. Geraldine makes a clean breast of her folly. Turning upon Reggie, the guests take him ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Comedy

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 March 1914 (USA) See more »

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Kalem Company See more »
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Silent

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1.33 : 1
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Released as a split reel along with the documentary Phosphate Mining (1914). See more »

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Old melodrama burlesqued
12 July 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A clever and amusing offering. It is the old melodrama burlesqued in a fresh and bright way by Ruth and John Brennan and makes an enjoyable bit of entertainment. - The Moving Picture World, April 11, 1914


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