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Memory Lane (1926)

Passed | | Comedy, Romance | 1 February 1926 (USA)
Mary, on the day of her wedding to Jimmie, finds she has not lost her affection for another sweetheart, Joe. A confrontation arises when Jimmie discovers that Joe has come along on their ... See full summary »

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Mary
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Jimmy Holt
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Joe Field
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Mary's Father
Eugenie Forde ...
Mary's Mother
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Urchin
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Maid
Joan Standing ...
Maid
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Phone Booth Woman
Florence Midgley
Billie Bennett
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Mary, on the day of her wedding to Jimmie, finds she has not lost her affection for another sweetheart, Joe. A confrontation arises when Jimmie discovers that Joe has come along on their honeymoon. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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Never a bride who didn't look back down memory lane to the first kiss, the first quarrel...to the day she told the other boy she liked him as a friend, but...where was he now?...what was he doing? (original poster) See more »

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Comedy | Romance

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Passed
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1 February 1926 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Die Entführung in der Hochzeitsnacht  »

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1.33 : 1
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An Unjustly Forgotten Piece of Americana
19 October 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I completely agree with the prior comment. This is a lovely, iconic piece of Americana and really deserves to be more widely seen. I would like to add that I believe Haines gives probably his finest performance on film and Stahl has directed him and the rest of the cast with wonderful taste and sensitivity. I was lucky to see this at Film Forum in NYC a few years back with a terrific live piano accompaniment by Steve Sterner which incorporated the title song. I've since been hoping that TCM would commission a score and show this in their Silent Film series. I would also dearly love to own this on DVD. Perhaps now that the Warner Archive series has been initiated, it will show up some day soon -- fingers crossed!!


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