One of the few post-1908 Biograph films not directed by D.W. Griffith, The Love of Lady Irma was little more than a "filler" despite its full-reel length. Though happily married, the heroine worries that her handsome husband is "fair game" for other ladies. She decides that, if he were not so handsome, the other women would leave him alone. Thus, she hires a couple of hoodlums to beat up the husband so that his face will more closely resemble a sack of potatoes. The results of their "handiwork" isn't shown, but apparently the results meet with the satisfaction of the somewhat overreactive heroine.
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