The Lubin Company's release for the week of October 15, 1910, consisted of a single reel containing two 500-foot comedies. The first of these brief laughspinners was A Woman's Vanity, which earned considerable praise from the reviewer for Variety. This critic described the picture as having "laugh upon laugh," with the biggest laugh reserved for the climax. Alas, no mention was made of the plot, so we can only assume that the film deals with the comic downfall of a vain young lady. A Woman's Vanity was released in tandem with another 500-footer, The Golf Fiend.
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