Everyman's Wife (1925)

Genres - Drama  |   Sub-Genres - Marriage Drama  |   Countries - USA  |  
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Not long after their honeymoon, Mr. Randolph and Mrs. Randolph (Herbert Rawlinson and Elaine Hammerstein) begin having a series of arguments. The latest is over a cat: She loves the creatures, he doesn't. One day Randolph is chasing a cat away from his yard and his neighbor, Mrs. Bradin (Dorothy Phillips), informs him that it is hers. The two start talking, bringing on the jealous wrath of Mrs. Randolph. More trouble ensues when Randolph's car breaks down and Mrs. Bradin offers to give him a ride. They are arrested for speeding and Mrs. Randolph is so furious that her husband has to go live at his club. Back home, Mrs. Randolph begins an affair with Mr. Bradin (Robert Cain) to get even, and invites Mrs. Bradin over to catch them. Mrs. Bradin, however, informs her that Bradin is always having affairs. Eventually Mrs. Randolph realizes she's being foolish and she and her husband are reconciled.

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jealousy, love, obsession, reunion