Two Men and a Woman (1913)

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Produced in Los Angeles by the Selig Polyscope Company under the direction of Lem Parker, this one-reel marital drama featured Selig's blond star Kathlyn Williams as the wife of a wealthy banker (Henry Otto) who falls for a young, penniless artist (Harold Lockwood). A true Hollywood pioneer, Kathlyn Williams is perhaps best remembered for starring in the first true serial, The Adventures of Kathlyn (1913), and as the heroine of Rex Beach's The Spoilers (1914). By the early '20s, however, she was already playing supporting roles.