The first thing a bride and groom in the rural districts does after the ceremony is performed and the opportunity presents itself, is to have their photographs taken. Here we find Zeb and ... See full summary »

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Edward O'Connor ...
Zeb - the Groom (as Edwin O'Connor)
Alice Washburn ...
Cynthia - the Bride
William Wadsworth ...
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The first thing a bride and groom in the rural districts does after the ceremony is performed and the opportunity presents itself, is to have their photographs taken. Here we find Zeb and Cynthia going into a photograph gallery to engage the services of the artist. They are an exceedingly eccentric pair, both lacking all the elements that would make them attractive. In fact, they are just exactly the opposite and the moment the bride looks into the mirror to fix her hair it cracks into a dozen pieces. Her husband's attention is attracted by her to the catastrophe. Both are surprised and when their attention is attracted to the camera it runs around the room and finally exits precipitously. The photographer returns after a short absence, and to his dismay sees the damage that has been wrought by the couple's ugliness. He tries to run them out, but the bridegroom, being well supplied with money, readily offers to pay for the damage and all is well. The camera is again brought in, but ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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6 July 1912 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy How the Boys Fought the Indians (1912). See more »

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