Beware of the Bride (1920)

Comedy | October 1920

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30 Oct 20
p. 2280.
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30 Oct 20
p. 3449.
MPW
30 Oct 20
p. 1294.
Wid's
11 Jul 1920.
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LITERARY
Based on the short story "Beware of the Bride" by Edgar Franklin (pseud. of Edgar Franklin Stearns) in Argosy Magazine (21 Apr-17 Jul 1920).
DETAILS
Release Date:
October 1920
Copyright Claimant:
Fox Film Corp.
Copyright Date:
17 October 1920
Copyright Number:
LP15721
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Mary Emerson's honeymoon with her husband Billy is constantly interrupted by his business engagements. When Billy's company orders him to Europe, Mary goes home to bid her parents farewell. They are not home, and Mary has several hours to spend before her return train to New York. Pete Noble, an old sweetheart of Mary's, suggests that she attend a masquerade ball to pass the time. At the ball, Mary's cousin Horace recognizes her and is scandalized by Billy's absence. Mary borrows a suit of armor to disguise herself, and after several misadventures, Billy arrives and all ends ... +


Mary Emerson's honeymoon with her husband Billy is constantly interrupted by his business engagements. When Billy's company orders him to Europe, Mary goes home to bid her parents farewell. They are not home, and Mary has several hours to spend before her return train to New York. Pete Noble, an old sweetheart of Mary's, suggests that she attend a masquerade ball to pass the time. At the ball, Mary's cousin Horace recognizes her and is scandalized by Billy's absence. Mary borrows a suit of armor to disguise herself, and after several misadventures, Billy arrives and all ends happily. +

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