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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Motog
16 Oct 15
p. 784.
Motog
13 Nov 15
p. 1031.
Motog
11 Dec 15
p. 1263.
MPN
4 Dec 15
p. 1889.
MPN
21 Aug 15
p. 50.
MPN
28 Aug 15
p. 60.
MPN
13 Nov 15
p. 87.
MPW
6 Nov 15
p. 1157.
MPW
27 Nov 15
p. 1730.
Variety
5 Nov 15
p. 22.
DETAILS
Release Date:
5 December 1915
Copyright Claimant:
Triangle Film Corp.
Copyright Date:
5 December 1915
Copyright Number:
LP10758
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,618
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

After the death of her father and the loss of the family fortune, Lillian Hillary, encouraged by her mother to marry a rich man, chooses Bert Werden, who is more wholesome than her other wealthy suitor, financier Graham Henderson. When Werden loses his fortune, Lillian's goading causes him to work night and day dealing in the stock market. Although he regains his fortune, Werden's health suffers and he develops an obsession with making money. Werden neglects Lillian, who misses his attentions. After Werden forgets their third wedding anniversary, he responds to Lillian's displeasure by coldly handing her a $50,000 check. When Henderson tries to gain control of a syndicate to bankrupt Werden so that Lillian will leave him, Werden, to save himself, asks her to give the check back, but she refuses. Thinking that Lillian is going to accept Henderson, Werden is about to shoot himself when he overhears her tell Henderson that she refused Werden's request so that he would go broke and forget about greed. Werden sends Henderson away and is reconciled with his ... +


After the death of her father and the loss of the family fortune, Lillian Hillary, encouraged by her mother to marry a rich man, chooses Bert Werden, who is more wholesome than her other wealthy suitor, financier Graham Henderson. When Werden loses his fortune, Lillian's goading causes him to work night and day dealing in the stock market. Although he regains his fortune, Werden's health suffers and he develops an obsession with making money. Werden neglects Lillian, who misses his attentions. After Werden forgets their third wedding anniversary, he responds to Lillian's displeasure by coldly handing her a $50,000 check. When Henderson tries to gain control of a syndicate to bankrupt Werden so that Lillian will leave him, Werden, to save himself, asks her to give the check back, but she refuses. Thinking that Lillian is going to accept Henderson, Werden is about to shoot himself when he overhears her tell Henderson that she refused Werden's request so that he would go broke and forget about greed. Werden sends Henderson away and is reconciled with his wife. +

GENRE
Genre:
Sub-genre:
Society


Subject

Legend
Viewed by AFI
Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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