About the film
A Taste of Life
Release Date: March 02, 1919
|Production Companies||:||Universal Film Manufacturing Company, Bluebird Photoplays|
|Director||:||John Francis Dillon|
|Writers||:||Waldemar Young, Fred Myton, Paul West, Maximilian Foster|
When her husband, struggling lawyer Horace Dillingham, is unable to provide adequate money for her insatiable desire for expensive cherries, Kitty Dillingham goes to work as a stenographer for him. One day while Horace is out of the office, Kitty mistakes Jonas Collamore, a defendant in a divorce suit for whom Horace is acting, for an important client. Kitty agrees to lunch, and, swallowing many maraschino cherries along with their cocktails, becomes drunk. Jonas takes her to a nearby inn where they are followed by Mrs. Collamore's detectives, who then summon Mrs. Collamore and her lawyer Horace.