Chandler and Blair arc induced to become "angels" for an opera company. Hilda Deveaux is to assume the leading role, and after they have seen Hilda they become enthusiastic backers of the ... See full summary »

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James Lackaye
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Harry T. Morey ... Rosweel Chandler
Louise Beaudet ... Mrs. Rosweel Chandler
Lillian Walker ... Belle
Wally Van ... Walter Blair
Ada Gifford Ada Gifford ... Hilda Deveaux
Charles Brown Charles Brown ... Oscar Simbel
Frank O'Neil Frank O'Neil ... Mallory
Niles Welch ... Stanton
Ethel Lloyd ... Julia
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Chandler and Blair arc induced to become "angels" for an opera company. Hilda Deveaux is to assume the leading role, and after they have seen Hilda they become enthusiastic backers of the show. Atlantic City is selected for the preliminary performance. Blair and Chandler are anxious to attend. Their wives insist upon going too. "The Fleur De Lis" is a dismal failure. The two "angels" see their investment collapse. The next day they hurry to Hilda's hotel and tell her they are ruined and have decided to commit suicide, showing farewell letters. Hilda placed them on the table. Hilda's husband has employed a detective to follow her. He sees the men in her room. Mrs. Chandler and her daughter, Mrs. Blair, entering the room, find their husbands' hats, forgotten as they hid themselves. The husbands hear somebody coming and jump into Hilda's trunks. The trunks are locked and Blair and Chandler are carried to New York City. The opera is to open that night in New York. The detective reports to... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 September 1913 (USA) See more »

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Silent

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1.33 : 1
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Ten members of the Vitagraph company combine forces
22 November 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A breezy farce comedy, written by Anthony E. Wills. Ten members of the Vitagraph company combine forces to make this a successful picture. The fun centers largely in the second reel, where the two husbands hide in the trunks of the leading lady. All sorts of complications ensue and bring forth a great deal of laughter. The photography, settings and characterizations are all pleasing and the result is a farcical offering much above the average in interest. - The Moving Picture World, October 4, 1913


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