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DATE
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Motog
28 Oct 16
p. 992.
MPN
7 Oct 16
p. 2226.
MPW
7 Oct 16
p. 63.
MPW
15 Apr 16
p. 463.
NYDM
30 Sep 16
p. 26.
Variety
22 Sep 16
p. 49.
Wid's
28 Sep 16
p. 991.
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LITERARY
Based on the novel The Revolt by Edward Locke (New York, 1 Apr 1915).
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DETAILS
Release Date:
2 October 1916
Copyright Claimant:
World Film Corp.
Copyright Date:
15 September 1916
Copyright Number:
LU9131
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Anna, a shopgirl, marries wealthy salesman John Stevens, and fully enjoys the role of wife and then mother. John, however, believes in the double standard, so while he expects Anna to remain faithful, he sees nothing wrong in his own philandering. Then, finally fed up with John, Anna decides to adopt his philosophy. As a result, she leaves Nannie, her sickly child, with her stepmother, and goes to one of Lena Schmidt's wild parties. There one of Lena's friends tries to seduce Anna, but Doctor Goode saves her and takes her home. Meanwhile, John has also returned from a night out, and is frantic over Nannie's condition. Doctor Goode heals Nannie, however, and then mends John and Lena's marriage, as he convinces John to accept the responsibilities that go with being a husband and a ... +


Anna, a shopgirl, marries wealthy salesman John Stevens, and fully enjoys the role of wife and then mother. John, however, believes in the double standard, so while he expects Anna to remain faithful, he sees nothing wrong in his own philandering. Then, finally fed up with John, Anna decides to adopt his philosophy. As a result, she leaves Nannie, her sickly child, with her stepmother, and goes to one of Lena Schmidt's wild parties. There one of Lena's friends tries to seduce Anna, but Doctor Goode saves her and takes her home. Meanwhile, John has also returned from a night out, and is frantic over Nannie's condition. Doctor Goode heals Nannie, however, and then mends John and Lena's marriage, as he convinces John to accept the responsibilities that go with being a husband and a father. +

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