Moonlight and Honeysuckle (1921)

Comedy | July 1921

Director:

Joseph Henabery

Writer:

Barbara Kent

Cinematographer:

Faxon Dean

Production Company:

Realart Pictures
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LITERARY
Based on the novel Moonlight and Honeysuckle by George Scarborough (New York production: 29 Sep 1919).
DETAILS
Release Date:
July 1921
Copyright Claimant:
Realart Pictures
Copyright Date:
8 June 1921
Copyright Number:
LP16655
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,294
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

U. S. Senator Baldwin of Arizona succumbs to the charms of a widow who refuses to marry him as long as his daughter is single. His daughter, Judith, would prefer a trial marriage properly chaperoned at the Baldwins' country lodge. She finds Congressman Hamil a bore, but the liveryman notifies the Washington press that they have eloped. Courtney, her other suitor, arrives early at the lodge, and the news brings Ted Musgrove, Baldwin's ranch manager who has always loved Judith. Meanwhile, Baldwin, who has secretly married the widow, arrives at the lodge; and after the turmoil Judith decides that Ted is her ... +


U. S. Senator Baldwin of Arizona succumbs to the charms of a widow who refuses to marry him as long as his daughter is single. His daughter, Judith, would prefer a trial marriage properly chaperoned at the Baldwins' country lodge. She finds Congressman Hamil a bore, but the liveryman notifies the Washington press that they have eloped. Courtney, her other suitor, arrives early at the lodge, and the news brings Ted Musgrove, Baldwin's ranch manager who has always loved Judith. Meanwhile, Baldwin, who has secretly married the widow, arrives at the lodge; and after the turmoil Judith decides that Ted is her man. +

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