In "The Taming of the Beast," a woman runs away with her psychologist...and then regrets it.
Nora is a volatile lady. Mark, her husband, can't cope with her temper, and their marriage is in trouble. So, Mark asks one of their friends, a psychologist named Paul Ferrari, to help them. Ferrari agrees to analyze Nora, but soon the two become more than just doctor and patient.
When Mark unexpectedly kills himself, Nora and Doctor Ferrari happily run away and get married. Nora may be a heartless and demanding woman, but she is also rich. Her new husband enjoys the life of leisure she provides, but knows it would be even better without Nora!
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