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... See full summary »

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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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27 April 1925 (USA)  »

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After Five  »

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Following the successful telecasts of Othello (1922) and The Eagle (1925), New York City's freshly launched WJZ (Channel 7), began a weekly series of Sunday evening silent film feature presentations, shown more or less in their entirety, which aired intermittently for the next twelve months. This feature was initially broadcast Sunday 31 October 1948; the following week's selection would be Dancing Mothers (1926). See more »

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Film without Dialogue
12 December 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

It's a pity that there was no dialogue in this film. The play was quite wordy, and in most of DeMille's talking films you find that there is a lot of fluffy dialogue without intimacy. I admire his efforts as a writer, but I don't think much of him as a writer. He is more of a painter than a writer.


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