Synopsis by Hal Erickson
In his second film appearance, the venerable C. Aubrey Smith is cast as dedicated businessman John Glayde. Too preoccupied with his work to pay attention to his wife, Glayde loses her affections when she falls for a handsome artist. By rights, he should march in and demand that his wife return, but Glayde is far too honorable for that (remember the film's title?) Thus, he does not win back Mrs. Glayde in the end, despite a screenplay that seemed to indicate that he would. John Glayde's Honor was based on a stage play by Alfred Sutro, and released by the "Gold Rooster" division of Pathe Pictures.
artist, employment, husband, weapons, wife