Nearly a Widow (1914)

Short, Comedy

When Mrs. Briggs ordered a very beautiful gown for herself, she did so in the firm belief that her husband would pay for it promptly, and without demur. However, Mr. Briggs was in a rather ... See full summary »

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13 January 2019 | deickemeyer
Will make you laugh heartily
A comedy by J. Edward Hungerford, directed by Ashley Miller. Sally Crute and Barry O'Moore have the leading characters. Because a husband refuses to pay for a dress she has purchased, the wife threatens to go home to mother. She starts, but changes her mind. When the husband finds that she has not returned he decides to teach her a lesson. Leaving a note he pretends to commit suicide. How his wife turns the tables on him. Will make you laugh heartily. - The Moving Picture World, September 5, 1914

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Short | Comedy


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24 August 1914



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