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On Her Wedding Day (1912)

Two fast friends, Donald Scott and Elbert Kenyon, are very much in love with the same girl, Ethel Morris. She becomes engaged to Donald, but finally decides to marry Elbert. Donald is ... See full summary »

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(as Wilfred North)
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Ethel Morris, The Bride
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Elbert Kenyon, The Groom
Earle Williams ...
Donald Scott, The Best Man
Tefft Johnson ...
Mr. Morris - Ethel's Father
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Mrs. Morris - Ethel's Mother
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Two fast friends, Donald Scott and Elbert Kenyon, are very much in love with the same girl, Ethel Morris. She becomes engaged to Donald, but finally decides to marry Elbert. Donald is deeply grieved, but acknowledges that his means would not permit him to support Ethel in the same style in which her father has kept her, and is glad that Elbert's wealth will enable her to enjoy much more happiness than he could possibly give her. At the wedding, Donald acts as best man. On her way upstairs to put on her traveling suit, she picks from the floor the engagement ring which she had returned to Donald and which he had just dropped from his pocket. She looks at it. Donald, who is sitting meditatively nearby, rises from his chair, and taking her hands in his, tells her how he loves her, embraces her and tries to kiss her. She tells him that she is married to Elbert and he is not acting the part of a gentleman to presume upon catching her unprotected and alone. She tries to resist him and in ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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29 May 1912 (USA)  »

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