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4 Dec 20
p. 20.
MPN
6 Nov 20
p. 3629.
MPW
6 Nov 20
p. 112.
Wid's
30 May 1920.
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LITERARY
Based on the short story "Fixed by George" by Edgar Franklin (pseud. of Edgar Franklin Stearns) in Argosy Magazine (21 Feb 1920).
DETAILS
Release Date:
November 1920
Copyright Claimant:
Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.
Copyright Date:
5 November 1920
Copyright Number:
LP15766
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,580
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Dr. Arthur Poole is paid $1,000 per week to treat the neurotic and spoiled Angelica Starr. Angelica is infatuated with her doctor, so Poole, afraid of losing his big fee, does not tell her that he is already married. Mrs. Poole, becoming jealous, appeals to neighbor George Dare for assistance. Having just quarreled with his own wife, George agrees to help Mrs. Poole. He throws a party at his aunt's country home and invites Poole, assuming that the latter will attend with Angelica. Plotting to expose the doctor, George escorts Mrs. Poole. Also in attendance are Helen Davis, a manicurist in love with Angelica's brother Harry, Mr. Starr, Mrs. Dare and Harry. After a series of chases and misunderstandings, the romantic affairs are disentangled and the married couples ... +


Dr. Arthur Poole is paid $1,000 per week to treat the neurotic and spoiled Angelica Starr. Angelica is infatuated with her doctor, so Poole, afraid of losing his big fee, does not tell her that he is already married. Mrs. Poole, becoming jealous, appeals to neighbor George Dare for assistance. Having just quarreled with his own wife, George agrees to help Mrs. Poole. He throws a party at his aunt's country home and invites Poole, assuming that the latter will attend with Angelica. Plotting to expose the doctor, George escorts Mrs. Poole. Also in attendance are Helen Davis, a manicurist in love with Angelica's brother Harry, Mr. Starr, Mrs. Dare and Harry. After a series of chases and misunderstandings, the romantic affairs are disentangled and the married couples reconcile. +

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