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Afer having been stood up at his own wedding, a young man vows that he will have nothing more to ever do with women. However, he soon discovers that he has been left a fortune--on condition that he gets married. Deciding that being rich and married would be preferable to being broke and single, he goes in search of a wife, but things don't turn out quite the way he planned. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Not since the discovery of Chaplin has a new screen comedian flashed into such sensational popularity as had Raymond Griffith.

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A disappointing film
5 September 2004 | by (Atlanta, GA) – See all my reviews

The print I saw contained inappropriate music. This fact became an irritation almost immediately and did interfere with my attempt to enjoy the film. The comedy is rather simplistic slapstick, although the wild car ride at the end is both humorous and exciting. The best comic performance is given by Louise Fazenda, in a brief appearance. Indeed, she was the reason I sought this film out to watch. Wallace Beery also acts up to effect in the scene involving Fazenda. Although Raymond Griffith was a popular comedian of the era, this film doesn't give much evidence as to why. There's little that's memorable about his performing, except maybe his dapper look. His art is probably better seen in some other work.


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