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Cast overview:
The Groom
Marie Mosquini ...
The Bride
Ernest Morrison ...
Goofy (as Sunshine Sammy Morrison)


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Comedy | Short




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21 August 1921 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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11 September 2013 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Snub Pollard and Marie Mosquini are to be married, with Ernie Morrison as their best man. It's the usual gag-filled Pollard one-reeler, with William Gillespie pointing out that if she wants to get married, he has a marriage license too.

I must admit that I am on Gillespie's side, as Pollard almost always played essentially a whiteface clown who personality lay solely in his mustache. However Pollard's shorts are marvels of brilliantly timed gags, and Marie and Ernie are two real charmers. She retired from films to marry Lee De Forest and he was the reason that Roach put together Our Gang.

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