The Interrupted Honeymoon (II) (1913)
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"Two is company, three is a crowd." That is what Adele Young thought when a friend of her husband calls to spend a week with them just as they had started their honeymoon and housekeeping. His presence interrupts her lovey-dovey attentions to her husband and his endearments to her. With the assistance of her aunt, she tries to get rid of the friend by pretending to fall in love with him so that, as an honorable man, he would flee from the scene. Their visitor sees through her scheme and makes love to her. When her husband notices this, he gets furious. His friend explains matters, they all have a hearty laugh. The friend, seeing his opportunity, makes a graceful departure, leaving the young couple blissfully to themselves.
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