|Writers||George Hennessy (story)
|Plot||Bell, an amateur artist, marries a singer. His uncle finds out about the marriage and quarrels with his nephew and cuts off his allowance, Bell at first imagines that he can sell his pictures and get along without his uncle's assistance. He finds that his stuff is unsalable. The wolf is at the door when his wife offers to go back to the café. Bell won't hear of it. The wife receives him by telling him that she got a position as a teacher in a music school, when in reality she goes back to the café. She earns good money and instructs an art dealer to buy some of her husband's pictures. Bell immediately gets a swelled head and tells his wife there is no need of her to work any more, but she, of course, knows better, and insists on returning to work. Meantime, the uncle accidentally meets the art dealer and finds out who the purchaser was of the nephew's pictures. He goes to interview the girl and is pleased with her goodness and sacrifice. A small fire starts in the music school where Bell thinks his wife is working. He enters the school to find that his wife never worked there. Full of jealous rage, he finds her in the café and is about to attack her, but is prevented by his uncle and the dealer, who explain things.... search for A Well-Meant Deception on IMDb|
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