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The Two Cowards (1913) Online
Original Title :
The Two Cowards
Genre :
Movie / Short / Drama
Year :
1913
Directror :
Lloyd B. Carleton
Cast :
Lionel Adams,Maidel Turner,Emanuel A. Turner
Writer :
George Terwilliger
Type :
Movie
Rating :
6.5/10

Joe Wilkins and Jim Foster arc partners in business. Joe is big and robust physically. Jim is the opposite. They love Constance Hope. Both men head the Commercial Trust Company and nothing ... See full summary

The Two Cowards (1913) Online

Joe Wilkins and Jim Foster arc partners in business. Joe is big and robust physically. Jim is the opposite. They love Constance Hope. Both men head the Commercial Trust Company and nothing comes up to mar their friendship until one day they both meet Constance on the street. She and Jim walk off together, while Joe goes to fulfill a business engagement. Joe finds Jim has the papers he wants and starts back for them. Meanwhile Jim and Constance have come upon a bully who is ill-treating a newsboy. Constance is incensed and expected Jim to interfere and he makes a weak pretense. Joe, however, coming along lays the bully out with a few well directed punches. Constance turns Jim down, refusing to marry a man who is a coward. Joe takes advantage of the situation and wins from Constance a promise to let him know how she feels toward his suit. The affairs of the trust company become involved and the partners see ruin and disgrace staring them in the face. Joe shows his cowardice by saving ... {locallinks-homepage}
Cast overview:
Lionel Adams Lionel Adams - Jim Foster
Maidel Turner Maidel Turner - Florence Hope
Emanuel A. Turner Emanuel A. Turner - Wilkins (as E.A. Turner)


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George Terwilliger has done much better work than this commercial offering which L.E. Carlton has produced almost wholly without finesse so that at times the artificialness of it is nearly painful. The trouble with such situations is that they compel the heroine to show herself in the very unattractive guise of a Pharisee. Beautiful photography is the chief merit of this offering. - The Moving Picture World, October 25, 1913