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The Accidental Honeymoon (1918)

Young Kitty runs away from home to avoid marrying a man she doesn't love. Her car breaks down on a country road and she meets Robert, a young artist who has just been turned down by a woman... See full summary »

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Robert Courtland
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Kitty Grey
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Farmer Perkins
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Roland Edwards
Jeanne Méa ...
Seminar Principal (as Madame Mea)
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Young Kitty runs away from home to avoid marrying a man she doesn't love. Her car breaks down on a country road and she meets Robert, a young artist who has just been turned down by a woman he loved madly and is about to commit suicide by lying on the railroad tracks. He sees Kitty in trouble and decides to help her. They get the car running, but it runs out of gas in front of a farmhouse. The farmer, mistakenly believing that the two are married, has them share a bedroom for the night. The next morning Kitty's father shows up looking for her and discovers that she has "spent the night" with a stranger. Complications ensue. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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April 1918 (USA)  »

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Lune de miel imprévue  »

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Only A Fragment Exists
31 July 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Young Kitty Grey ( Elaine Hammerstein ) is on the run to escape marriage to an unpleasant suitor. On the road, her car breaks down and she meets Robert Courtland ( Robert Warwick ), an artist, who, having been rejected by a woman, is lying across a railroad track intending to commit suicide. When Courtland sees Kitty, he decides to live, helps her repair her car, and drives on with her. At the Perkins' farm the car runs out of gasoline, and because Mother Perkins ( Blanche Craig )mistakenly believes that the two are honeymooners, they are compelled to share a room for the night. When Kitty's father ( Frank Norcross ) finds them the next day, and although their night together was spent quite innocently, he sends his daughter to a seminary. Courtland tries several times to rescue Kitty and eventually is successful. Pursued by Mr. Grey, the couple elope. When the angry father realizes that he has arrived too late, he blesses the marriage.

This 1918 silent comedy/drama was produced by High Art Productions and sadly only a fragment of the film remains with one reel of the five reeler existing at the Library of Congress.


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