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A man is accidentally married to a woman he doesn't know. They spend the night in the same bedroom though in separate beds.

Extensive slapstick violence. A man appears to be knocked unconscious.

One scene involves making a huge vat of homemade beer in the kitchen. This is used to set up a slapstick scene later and the beer is never consumed.

Four large men and one large woman chase a small man around inside a house, apparently intent on causing him serious harm. The scene is played for slapstick humor.


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