Description:01 33 55 00 In the North of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 20s. In a chapel, small church, parish of campaign. Ceremony, tradition, rite. Lon Chaney and Betty Blythe are embraced, the priest Charles A. Smily is in their sides. Blythe begins roaring on Melbourne Mac Dowell and Francis Mac Donald. Insult. Close-up on big man with a moustache, boorish, Mac Dowell who threatens to strike Blythe but a bear cub nibbles him the bottom of the trousers. Jealousy. Chaney gets back his bear cub and Blythe, they go out of the church. Later, inside rustic and typical wooden house, Blythe enjoys himself with a tamed bear cub and a puppy. Atmosphere peaceful housewife. She speaks to animals. Affection.