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On one synopsis in the studio records, both C. Gardner Sullivan and Thomas H. Ince were credited with the scenario. All other sources list only ... More Less

On one synopsis in the studio records, both C. Gardner Sullivan and Thomas H. Ince were credited with the scenario. All other sources list only Sullivan. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Motog
9 Oct 15
pp. 717-18.
Motog
6 Nov 15
pp. 972-73.
Motog
4 Dec 15
p. 1211.
MPN
22 May 15
p. 54.
MPN
27 Nov 15
p. 114.
MPW
30 Oct 15
p. 985.
MPW
13 Nov 15
p. 1380, 1382
NYDM
30 Oct 15
p. 32.
Variety
29 Oct 15
p. 22.
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Asst dir
PRODUCERS
WRITER
PHOTOGRAPHY
MUSIC
Mus accompaniment selected by
Mus accompaniment
DETAILS
Release Date:
28 November 1915
Copyright Claimants:
Triangle Film Corp. Triangle Film Corp.
Copyright Dates:
1 November 1915 28 November 1915
Copyright Numbers:
LU6834 LP10533
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,678
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

When Diana Rossmore sees Weston, her husband, flirting with an aggressive, attractive divorcée at a party, she resolves to dress and act like her rival in hopes of steering her wayward spouse back to her. At the next party, she appears in a provocative dress that garners all of the men's attention, a development that causes her husband more than a little jealousy. Diana continues her unrelenting masquerade until Weston is convinced he is losing her. The ruse climaxes on her daughter's fourth birthday, when, ignoring the child's tears, she insists on going out instead of staying home and celebrating with her family. Convinced finally by her husband's persistent declarations of love, Diana removes her fancy dress, dons her simple clothes and returns to the family ... +


When Diana Rossmore sees Weston, her husband, flirting with an aggressive, attractive divorcée at a party, she resolves to dress and act like her rival in hopes of steering her wayward spouse back to her. At the next party, she appears in a provocative dress that garners all of the men's attention, a development that causes her husband more than a little jealousy. Diana continues her unrelenting masquerade until Weston is convinced he is losing her. The ruse climaxes on her daughter's fourth birthday, when, ignoring the child's tears, she insists on going out instead of staying home and celebrating with her family. Convinced finally by her husband's persistent declarations of love, Diana removes her fancy dress, dons her simple clothes and returns to the family fold. +

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Subject (Major):

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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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