The Other Woman (1913)

Lawrence Richards is a hard-working young business man, but his pretty young wife, Isabel, worships dally at the shrine of her demigod, society. This leads to extravagancies on her part. ... See full summary »

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Jack Standing ... Laurence Richards - the Husband
Isabel Lamon ... Isabel Richards - the Wife
Edna Payne ... The Niece
Leslie Nelson Leslie Nelson ... The Child (as Baby Nelson)
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Lawrence Richards is a hard-working young business man, but his pretty young wife, Isabel, worships dally at the shrine of her demigod, society. This leads to extravagancies on her part. The husband is worried to distraction and incidentally Lucy, their little daughter, is neglected. The strain almost wrecks the husband. His mother, Elizabeth, visits him at his home for the week-end, and in despair he asks her aid. Thoroughly understanding young people, the mother promises a remedy. She studies Isabel and her acquaintances. Isabel, after a lavish social function, becomes prey to her usual obsession for fine clothes. She pleads with Richards for money. Angered, and somewhat surprised by his refusal, she confides to the mother. Elizabeth apparently sympathizes with her. She goes further. She tells Isabel the reason she is being refused is because Richards is spending all of his hard-earned money on a woman. Sparks of jealousy are kindled and speedily fanned into a flame when, on the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Drama | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 June 1913 (USA) See more »

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Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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