A Husband's Trick (1913)

Short, Comedy


Converted to the cause of woman's suffrage by her Aunt Lucretia, Edna Penfield, who has but recently married, joins a suffrage club and soon becomes its president. Her duties in that ... See full summary »



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Director:

William Humphrey

Writer:

Emma Freeman

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17 September 2017 | deickemeyer
Unusually good
Good comedy; in fact, unusually good, Emma Freeman has written a script which William Humphrey excellently produces. It is another use of the suffragette theme and of the forgotten sister of the husband; but there is a lot of fun, and that's what we want when we are promised a comedy. Lillian Walker portrays the wife, converted to suffragism and later forced back into less glorious but more husband-pleasing ways. She does well. Mr. Humphrey has the role of the serious husband and to the comedy adds the personal note. Florence Ashebrooke is the converter, and Rosemary Theby the visiting sister. All are deserving of praise. - The Moving Picture World, June 21, 1913

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Genres

Short | Comedy

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Release Date:

30 May 1913

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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