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Her Husband's Picture (1913)

Bruce Errinton, an artist, is ordered south because of his weak lungs. He finds lodgings with Dave Halsey, a young southerner. It is not long before Errinton becomes interested in Nell, ... See full summary »

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Dave Halsey
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Bruce Errinton, an artist, is ordered south because of his weak lungs. He finds lodgings with Dave Halsey, a young southerner. It is not long before Errinton becomes interested in Nell, Dave's pretty young wife, and he takes advantage of her inherent artistic talent to persuade her to go north with him. He is confident that when he gets her away from Dave he can win her. After consistent pressing Nell agrees to go north, but strictly to work at her art. Visiting Bruce's studio she comes across a painting he has made from a sketch of Dave. It brings back her love in stronger force than her desire to paint. A friend gives her the money to get home with, and prevents Bruce from following her. Nell returns home and Dave, finding truth and honesty in her eyes, takes her to his heart again. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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1 July 1913 (USA)  »

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It fails to create strong interest
22 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

The story lacks a grip, it fails to create strong interest. A Northern artist goes south for his health. He induces a young wife interested in art to leave her husband and come north with him, hoping to win her. He fails, as the wife decides to return to her husband. Her decision is reached when she sees a picture of her husband. - The Moving Picture World, July 12, 1913


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