Diana Grave's husband has left her, preferring any life to that of living with a woman who is not congenial to him. Howbeit, her husband gone is a different matter than her husband present.... See full summary »

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Lois Weber
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Lois Weber ... Diana Grave
Phillips Smalley ... Grave - Diana's Husband
Ella Hall ... The Graves' Daughter
Rupert Julian
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Diana Grave's husband has left her, preferring any life to that of living with a woman who is not congenial to him. Howbeit, her husband gone is a different matter than her husband present. She commissioned a detective to locate him. Out on a lonely stretch of fertile land a solitary ranchwoman was whiling away the days of her life. One day a stranger arrived with a boy, a small girlish-looking fellow. He attracted and was attracted by the ranchwoman. They were of the same true metal. The man was Diana's husband. Diana learned of his whereabouts and went after him. She explained to the ranchwoman. The ranchwoman answered. "If you hate him be glad he left you, and if you love him you will sacrifice yourself for his happiness and leave him alone." Diana left him alone. One night while the ranchwoman was watching his camp she saw the stranger's shadow against the tent. He was fondling a girl's abundant hair. This boy, then, who traveled with him was in reality a girl or a woman. The ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 June 1914 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Nemesis See more »

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Silent

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1.33 : 1
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The story is perfectly clear
21 September 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A dramatic offering with a tragic ending. Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley appear. This is fragmentary in treatment, but the story is perfectly clear and one that holds the interest. The close is strongly dramatic. The scenic effects along the rugged sea coast ares unusually good. - The Moving Picture World, June 6, 1914


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