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The Sheriff's Honeymoon (1913)

Tom McCarthy, sheriff of Pine Ridge, Arizona, is ridiculed by the cowpunchers for doing his washing. Thoroughly disgusted with single life and all that goes with it, the sheriff determines ... See full summary »

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Sheriff Tom McCarthy
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Sophie Clutts, Mail Order Bride
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Tom McCarthy, sheriff of Pine Ridge, Arizona, is ridiculed by the cowpunchers for doing his washing. Thoroughly disgusted with single life and all that goes with it, the sheriff determines to get married. In a newspaper the sheriff reads of a young lady who would like to marry a man of the west. It didn't take long for McCarthy to make a hit with Sophie Clutts which was proven by the sheriff leaving town the following day to marry the mysterious lady. During his absence Bad Pete, on a "semiannual," shoots up the town, which was apropos in those days. Returning to Pine Ridge with his bride, McCarthy discovers the disturber and quickly locks him up. That night the ranchmen, cowpunchers, and in fact all of the sheriff's friends, give him a big reception. The sheriff informs the boys that, "they may have the key to the town and go as far as they like," and hilarity reigns supreme. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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25 March 1913 (USA)  »

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The story is not strong
21 August 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

There is in this near-burlesque one good title, that where the sheriff starts off to bring back a wife which he has obtained by correspondence, and tells his deputies that he is going after a life prisoner. The story is not strong. - The Moving Picture World, April 5, 1913


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