A woman of loose morals takes the place of a young bride.


Harry Solter


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Cast overview:
Florence Lawrence ... Florence Gould & Amy St. Clair (Dual Role)
Matt Moore ... John Stokes - the Bridegroom
Percy Standing Percy Standing ... The Butler (as Darrel Standing)
Joseph Singleton
Edward Morris Edward Morris
Jane Carter Jane Carter
Hazel Reid Hazel Reid


Florence has married Lester Gould, a young man of wealth. In Lester's employment is a butler, an honest man, but addicted to drink. While out carousing one evening, he picks up with a party of underworld habitants. Among them is one Amy St. Clair, a double of Flo. The butler is amazed at the striking resemblance, in fact it startles him so much that he returns home to assure himself of the two women's separate personalities. Florence and Lester quarrel. Florence, in a temper, returns home to mother. Lester follows and has a talk with the mother, who advises that he go away for a short time and give the girl a chance to come to her senses. He returns home to prepare for the trip and finds the butler drunk. The butler is discharged. Lester departs. The butler plunges further into drink and is thrown again into the company of his underworld acquaintances. He tells them of his discharge and, taking advantage of his drunken state, they derive much information about his former employer's ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Drama | Romance | Short







Release Date:

30 January 1914 (USA) See more »

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The Test See more »

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Victor Film Company See more »
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1.33 : 1
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The situations do not stand too much analysis
24 June 2019 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

This three-reel photoplay, written by Capt. Leslie T. Peacock, is unique in plot and well presented. Florence Lawrence plays a dual role, by means of double exposure photography which in this instance is very successfully employed. She impersonates a young bride and a woman of the underworld, the latter being ingeniously substituted for the former. The fast woman was a little too eccentric to make her later performances possible and the situations do not stand too much analysis. At the same time it is all done delicately and in an absorbing manner. A good release. - The Moving Picture World, January 31, 1914

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