|Fair and Warmer|
|Directed by||Henry Otto|
|Based on||Fair and Warmer|
by Avery Hopwood
Screen Classics Inc.
|Distributed by||Metro Pictures Corporation|
As described in an adaptation published in the film magazine Shadowland, Billy Bartlett (Pallette) suspects his wife Laura (Mayo), who has been spending time with Philip Evans (Buckley), is having an affair. When upstairs neighbors Jack and Blanny Wheeler (Trenton and Allison) visit to play cards, Jack confides in Billy that, whenever he needs an explanation for his absence, he tells his wife he is going to the Mystic Shrine. Jack and Laura leave separately, and Billy and Blanny discuss their mutual suspicions and get drunk. Jack, Laura, and Philip return to the apartment and Billy and Blanny are wrongly accused of being unfaithful. Laura storms out. Two days later, after having movers go to get the furniture, she returns to the apartment after becoming jealous, and discovers Blanny under Billy's bed. However, the maid (Conley) explains that this is all innocent and Blanny was there looking for Jack. Jack overhears, and explains to Blanny that "Mystic Shrine" was his cover for going out to play poker. They reconcile. Laura, deciding to give up the promiscuous Philip, is also reconciled with Billy.
- May Allison as Blanny Wheeler
- Pell Trenton as Jack Wheeler
- Eugene Pallette as Billy Bartlett
- Christine Mayo as Laura Bartlett
- William Buckley as Philip Evans
- Effie Conley as Tessie
- The Library of Congress/FIAF American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog:Fair and Warmer
- Hall, Gladys (November 1919). "Fair and Warmer". Shadowland. New York: M. P. Publishing Co. 1 (3): 59–62, 68. Retrieved 2013-11-04.
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