Wealthy young American Carrington O'Connell is traveling Europe with a "social advisor" to become more polished and sophisticated. While stopping at an inn in Switzerland, he is entranced ... See full summary »

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Adrienne Le Blanc
June Elvidge ...
Patricia 'Patty' Hudson
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Lt. James 'Jim' Winthrop, Jr. (as Sam B. Hardy)
Walter Percival ...
Carrington O'Connell (as Walter I. Percival)
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Michael O'Connell
Malcolm Fassatt ...
Walter Kirkwood
William T. Carleton ...
James Winthrop, Sr. (as W.T. Carleton)
Harry L. Rattenberry ...
Papa Le Blanc (as Harry Rattenbury)
Wharton James ...
Hastings (as James Wharton James)
Hugh Fay ...
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Wealthy young American Carrington O'Connell is traveling Europe with a "social advisor" to become more polished and sophisticated. While stopping at an inn in Switzerland, he is entranced by pretty young Adrienne Le Blanc, whose parents own the inn and in which she entertains travelers. Adrienne falls for him, but his "advisor" warns him against such a socially "unacceptable" relationship, and he reluctantly leaves. Adrienne soon gets a contract with a theatrical agent for appearances at a musical hall in America, where she happens to meet Carrington's wealthy father Michael. Complications ensue. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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2 June 1919 (USA)  »

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Almost Married (1919) - Lost Film ?
9 January 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Adrienne Le Blanc ( May Allison ), a Swiss songstress who entertains Alpine travellers in her parent's inn, is courted by Carrington O'Connell ( Walter I. Percival ), a young American travelling with an English social adviser to acquire polish. After Adrienne falls in love with Carrington, his adviser cautions against such a socially inadvisable match, and Carrington leaves with just a note of explanation. Adrienne accepts a contract from vaudeville agent Manny Morrison ( Hugh Fay ) to appear in an American music hall, but she fails because she appears in too much clothing. When Adrienne next performs at the roof top Follies in a scanty costume, Carrington's father Michael ( Frank Currier ), a self-made wealthy man, insists on an introduction. After Michael learns about the European episode, he and Adrienne, to upset Carrington, pretend to marry. Carrington pursues them on their "honeymoon." After overhearing their plotting, Carrington convinces his friend's wife to pose as his fiancée. When his friend objects to Carrington's vigorous lovemaking, Carrington finally gives up his desire for polish and admits that he wants only to marry Adrienne.

This 1919 comedy was produced by the Metro Pictures Corporation and starred popular silent screen actress May Allison. The survival status of Almost Married is listed as unknown, sadly suggesting it may now be a lost film.


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