Henry Warburton and his wife, Isobel, were a young married couple who supposedly did, by their friends, "live happy ever after." But this was not so. Isobel was a sort of butterfly. She ... See full summary »
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Fritzi Brunette ... Isobel Warburton - the Wife
Owen Moore ... Henry Warburton - the Husband
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Henry Warburton and his wife, Isobel, were a young married couple who supposedly did, by their friends, "live happy ever after." But this was not so. Isobel was a sort of butterfly. She loved her husband and was true to him, but she liked to be admired by everyone and did not like to sit and wait for her husband to finish his work to take her out, so she went out with other fellows. At first Warburton was very willing that she do this, knowing her love for him and understanding that she just loved society and fun. After a while he grew tired of it and complained to his wife and ordered her not to do it again. While at the office one day, he needed a certain paper which was at home. He hurriedly telephoned his wife to bring the paper to his office. She had something else to do first and did not think about hurrying with the paper. Thus a deal was lost through her lack of interest. When she left the office her husband watched her go from the window and to his amazement, saw her stand ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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USA

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English

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21 February 1913 (USA) See more »

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Victor Film Company See more »
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Silent

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1.33 : 1
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It is a bit confused
28 July 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

Fritzi Brunette and Owen Moore play a young couple who are not very well matched. They really love each other and. although they separate, make, on both parts, a sincere attempt to become reconciled, but on account of another misunderstanding over the telephone the wife kills herself. It is surely well acted and the photographs are good, but it is a bit confused, yet is effective enough to be tragic. - The Moving Picture World, March 1, 1913


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