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A foolish young wife, susceptible to flattery, succumbs to the blandishments of an unscrupulous villain and, with only imaginary reasons, leaves her husband, a misstep she had reason to ... See full summary »

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... Tom Morton
... Mrs. Tom Morton
... Tom's Sister
... William Ainslie (as Al E. Garcia)
Frank Richardson ... Old Man Richards
... Joe
... Sunshine - an Indian Maid
Fernando Gálvez ... Young Deer (as Ferdinand Galvez)
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A foolish young wife, susceptible to flattery, succumbs to the blandishments of an unscrupulous villain and, with only imaginary reasons, leaves her husband, a misstep she had reason to regret only once, and that was for the balance of her life. Tom Morton, her husband, heartbroken and desperate, lets go of everything and sinks about as far down as a man can. He falls into good hands, however, and is restored to a sense of reason and tries hard work as an antidote for bitter reflection. His wife, now a cast-off plaything, finds him and begs forgiveness. He forgives, but cannot forget. She sadly leaves her last hope only a few moments before her accidental death. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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26 September 1912 (USA)  »

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With a climax that will get to you
11 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

Colin Campbell has written and produced a strong drama, with a climax that will get to you. Thomas Santschi, in the character of Tom Morton, a husband deserted by his wife, does fine work. Sharing with him in the interest-making is Bessie Eyton, win carries the role cf Sunshine, an Indian maid; the maid brings about the regeneration of Tom. through inducing him to quit the use of liquor. Likewise she falls in love with him. When the erring and repentant wife learns Tom's whereabouts she goes to him, only to be spurned. The wife drives away, the horse bolts, and the wife is killed. The Indian girl lays on the body the ring Tom had given to her. Then Sunshine takes Young her former lover, by the hand, and goes away. Eugenie Besserer and Lillian Hayward play the parts of the wife and sister of Tom. They contribute to a good film. - The Moving Picture World, October 5, 1912


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