Closing scenes in particular being unforced and pleasing
This is a superior offering in every way; good photos, good direction, capable acting and an appealing story. The wife of the sailor takes work as a teacher of knitting and intends surprising her husband with the proceeds. But a gossiping woman interferes and the husband's jealousy is aroused, with humiliating results. Phillips Smalley and his wife play the leads with good effect, the closing scenes in particular being unforced and pleasing. A good offering. - The Moving Picture World, March 8, 1913
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