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The Lost Bridegroom (1916)

 |  Comedy  |  20 March 1916 (USA)
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Suffering from aphasia after being conked on the head, a man is coerced into robbing his fiancée's home.

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June Dale ...
Madge McQuirk
Hardee Kirkland ...
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Fred Williams
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Suffering from aphasia after being conked on the head, a man is coerced into robbing his fiancée's home.

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