Shortly after her arrival home from boarding school, Dolly Hoffman, with her chum, Anita, introduces Anita to an old friend of hers, Peter Drake, who is at first unable to decide between ... See full summary »

Director:

Frederick A. Thomson (as Frederick Thomson)

Writer:

Elaine S. Carrington (story) (as Elaine Sterne)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Edith Storey ... Dolly Hoffman
Earle Williams ... Peter Drake
Darwin Karr ... Billy
Rita Bori Rita Bori ... Anita - the Mischief Maker
Emily Hayes Emily Hayes ... Nell
Charles Wellesley Charles Wellesley
Alberta Gallatin
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Shortly after her arrival home from boarding school, Dolly Hoffman, with her chum, Anita, introduces Anita to an old friend of hers, Peter Drake, who is at first unable to decide between the girls as to which he would choose as his wife. Through an accident, he finds he is really in love with Dolly. Anita overhears his proposal, and is filled with hatred and jealousy. After their marriage, Anita succeeds in arousing Peter's jealousy, and through apparently compromising circumstances, leading him to believe his wife guilty of an affair with Billy. Dolly is horrified, but is unable to appease his unreasoning jealousy with satisfactory explanations, and a barrier of suspicion and coldness arises between them. Anita is delighted. Anita drops Dolly a note, saying she is leaving on the 6:10 train. Peter also sends her a brief note, saying he is leaving on the same train, and tells her to communicate with his lawyer. Dolly is astounded and thinks she understands the meaning of the two notes.... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 March 1914 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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It is padded copiously
9 June 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

In this two-reel subject two young ladies and a man, the girls being chums, are the principals involved in the plot. He is in a quandary as to which one he loves best, and they both love him. Finally an accident decides him. After they are married the other girl, in pique, who is of a vindictive nature, causes jealousy on the part of the wife, also on the part of the husband, and coincidental circumstances help along. The wife outgenerals the husband and subsequently comes out victorious. It is padded copiously, but interesting all through. All in the cast did good work. The mountings and photography are adequate. Exhibitors can book this number with the confidence that it will satisfy. - The Moving Picture World, March 21, 1914


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