Sally Featherstone is engaged to Loring Jones, a young artist, her father objects, having other plans for his daughter. The young lady pays no attention to this paternal opposition, and she... See full summary »

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Loring Jones
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Sally Featherstone
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Reverend Loring Reed (as T.J. Carrigan)
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John Featherstone
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The Furniture Salesman (as Joseph I. Sullivan)
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Marie Jones - the Modiste
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Sally Featherstone is engaged to Loring Jones, a young artist, her father objects, having other plans for his daughter. The young lady pays no attention to this paternal opposition, and she and Loring arrange to have the young Rev. Reed, an old college chum, perform the ceremony in Jones' studio. Loring's next door neighbor, a modiste also having the name of Jones, purchases a wardrobe which is delivered by mistake at the studio. Father Featherstone follows the young people to the studio and Sally takes refuge in the wardrobe. While Father Featherstone is searching for his daughter, the furniture men call and transfer the wardrobe with Sally still inside, to its rightful owner. Later Loring and his friend crawl through the skylight next door and there the young couple are married while the irate father storms to his heart's delight in the studio. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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24 November 1911 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the documentary _In Japan (1911/I)_ . See more »

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The situations afford much sport for the audience
30 May 2016 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A lively comedy with a young couple, an objecting father and a mistake in delivering a wardrobe as important factors. The couple are to be married in the lover's studio, but the father appears. Just as he comes some furniture men deliver a wardrobe by mistake and the girl gets inside. Before the difficulty is straightened out the furniture men return and transfer the wardrobe with the girl inside to the rightful owner next door. The young man and the minister crawl through the skylight and the ceremony is performed right there while the irate parent storms to his heart's content in the studio. The situations afford much sport for the audience. - The Moving Picture World, December 9, 1911


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