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DATE
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Motog
22 Jan 16
p. 193.
MPW
8 Jan 16
p. 259.
MPW
22 Jan 16
p. 670.
New York Times
3 Jan 16
p. 22.
Variety
7 Jan 16
p. 23.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
30 January 1916
Copyright Claimant:
Triangle Film Corp.
Copyright Date:
27 January 1916
Copyright Number:
LU7512
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
4
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

The majority of Dr. Ward Allison's patients are women, and his wife Margery cannot help being jealous of all the time he spends taking care of them. Then, after Ward has told her that he has been called out of town, she hears that he really is staying nearby with his friend, Dr. Jim Hendon. Margery guesses that the two men are planning an orgy, so she goes to Jim's house to catch them. When she arrives, however, she finds out that Ward has come to Jim for lockjaw treatments, and that he lied to her only to keep her from worrying about his health. After hearing Jim's explanation, a repentant Margery vows never to be jealous ... +


The majority of Dr. Ward Allison's patients are women, and his wife Margery cannot help being jealous of all the time he spends taking care of them. Then, after Ward has told her that he has been called out of town, she hears that he really is staying nearby with his friend, Dr. Jim Hendon. Margery guesses that the two men are planning an orgy, so she goes to Jim's house to catch them. When she arrives, however, she finds out that Ward has come to Jim for lockjaw treatments, and that he lied to her only to keep her from worrying about his health. After hearing Jim's explanation, a repentant Margery vows never to be jealous again. +

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