"The Wedding March" ended with the marriage between Nikki and the crippled Cecilia takes place. Eberle swears to kills the prince unless Mitzi will agree to marry him. She relents, but at their service, Mitzi faints, which causes Eberle to take off for Nikki's honeymoon lodge to finish him off for good. Mitzi arrives in time to warn Nikki, yet it is Cecilia who jumps in front of the bullet. Eberle is once again taken into custody, and Cecilia, who survives, is told that she must remain absolutely still is she wishes to recover. However, the gentle soul is aware of her husband's love for Mitzi, and she drags herself over to the giant crucifix, where she expires. Nikki then returns to Vienna, but when he finds the wine garden closed he spends a great deal of time at the brothel. When war is declared, he joins the army and is attached to a patrol that is put in charge of destroying a gang of renegades who are terrorizing civilians on the Serbian border. Mitzi has entered the convent of ... Written by
21 November 1930 (Sweden)
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Second part and sequel to The Wedding March
(1928), though it was filmed at the same time. It was never completed and never released in the US, although it had a limited release in Europe, using footage from "The Wedding March". See more
Follows The Wedding March