A young husband is pleased to discover that his new wife is totally devoted to him. However, things begin to get sticky when he realizes that not only is she devoted to him, but she speaks ... See full summary »

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Wade Buchanan
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Cloy Cloymore, Miss Sticky-Moufie-Kiss (as Jane Morrow)
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A young husband is pleased to discover that his new wife is totally devoted to him. However, things begin to get sticky when he realizes that not only is she devoted to him, but she speaks only in baby talk and won't leave him alone for a second. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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8 October 1915 (USA)  »

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Ain't She Sweet?
1 April 2010 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Way Down South in South Orange, New Jersey -- and don't blame me, because that's how the opening titles read -- Miss Cloy Cloymore is waiting for her fiancée to return from the war -- which war it isn't quite clear, since it's a modern-dress movie made in 1915, so perhaps he's been trapped in the Balkans for three years. But in those three years she has changed from a perfectly charming young woman to someone who, under the influence of lapdogs, talks in baby-talk.... and watch the reactions of Sidney Drew as he realizes what has happened.

Mr. Drew was the uncle of the now more famous John, Lionel and Ethel Barrymore, but in his day he was enormously popular as the star -- with his second wife -- of a series of comedies for Vitagraph and later, for their own production company, releasing through Metro. Their appeal can still be understood: between the scripts, frequently written by Mrs. Drew, which mocked the neurotic behavior of the middle class audience, and Mr. Drew's wonderful stage business, their movies are still tremendous fun. Not many survive and when they do they are frequently in poor shape, but any fan of old movies who has not discovered them has some great comedy in store. Head over to Chris Snowden's UNKNOWN VIDEO SITE and order a copy of NICKELODIA 3. Heck, order the first two also.


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