Leon Errol is a befuddled bridegroom about to get hitched to a moderately pretty lass. If he can only get to the church on time. Can Leon make it, or will various Kops, mules, Tin Lizzies, and staircases get in the way?
One thinks of Errol as the star of middling talkie two reelers, giving a over-aged rogue character a series of poor and so so gags. This silent, featuring a younger (but still pretty old and balding Errol) a chance to engage in Keystone-ish slapstick. He takes a pratfall well, and would have been better than John Cleese in the Monty Python ministry of silly walks skit. But nothing here is all that brilliant, and whatever they were cheering at the Ziegfield Follies isn't much in evidence. Still, it's interesting to see what the back roads of New Jersey looked like in 1916.
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