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Three Foolish Weeks (1924)

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A roguish baron saves a girl from a carriage accident, and brings her to a backwoods Inn during a storm for refuge. There he hopes to have his way with her. She's actually the queen ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Ben Turpin ...
Baron Sergius Rodney St. Clair
Madeline Hurlock ...
Queen of Anchovia
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King of Anchovia
William Lowery ...
The Innkeeper
Judy King ...
The Innkeeper's Daughter
Fanny Kelly ...
The Innkeeper's Wife
Toy Gallagher ...
The Baron's Maid (as Louise Gallagher)
Tiny Ward ...
The Baron's Valet
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A roguish baron saves a girl from a carriage accident, and brings her to a backwoods Inn during a storm for refuge. There he hopes to have his way with her. She's actually the queen traveling incognito, which the loyal residents recognize. The cross-eyed baron keeps getting caught trying to get into the queen-then the inn keeper's wife's bedroom. Written by WesternOne

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14 September 1924 (USA)  »

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The title is a play on words; "Three Weeks" by Elinor Glyn was a best-selling novel of the era which was made into an equally popular motion picture in 1924. See more »

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Spoofs Foolish Wives (1922) See more »

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