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DATE
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ETR
23 Dec 16
p. 206.
MPN
23 Dec 16
p. 4039.
MPW
23 Dec 16
p. 1816, 1858
Wid's
15 Jan 16
p. 28.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
18 December 1916
Copyright Claimant:
Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.
Copyright Date:
8 December 1916
Copyright Number:
LP9683
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Mary Blake falls in love with Kirk Hardy after she arrives in his town with a theatrical troupe. She tries to tell him that, a short time before, she had been tricked into marrying Richard Kearney, a theatrical producer who already had a wife, but Kirk refuses to listen. Then, after she and Kirk have gotten married, Richard locates Mary, and tries to seduce her. Mary manages to fight him off, but Kirk's prudish mother witnesses the encounter and is scandalized by it. When she tells Kirk that his wife has cheated on him, he throws Mary out of the house, but then, after Kirk badly wounds Richard in a fight, Mary is able to explain everything, and the couple is ... +


Mary Blake falls in love with Kirk Hardy after she arrives in his town with a theatrical troupe. She tries to tell him that, a short time before, she had been tricked into marrying Richard Kearney, a theatrical producer who already had a wife, but Kirk refuses to listen. Then, after she and Kirk have gotten married, Richard locates Mary, and tries to seduce her. Mary manages to fight him off, but Kirk's prudish mother witnesses the encounter and is scandalized by it. When she tells Kirk that his wife has cheated on him, he throws Mary out of the house, but then, after Kirk badly wounds Richard in a fight, Mary is able to explain everything, and the couple is reconciled. +

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