Papa's trunks are packed for the honeymoon. Max and Moritz accompany him. The boys do not like the new stepmother and as it is too slow anyhow they take itching powder and soot and put it ... See full summary »
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Papa's trunks are packed for the honeymoon. Max and Moritz accompany him. The boys do not like the new stepmother and as it is too slow anyhow they take itching powder and soot and put it between the parents' wearing apparel. The wedding trip is a most eventful one. The boys call everybody's attention to the newlyweds and they receive quite an ovation which however is not very much appreciated. At the hotel more trouble awaits the newly married couple. Max and Moritz continually think of new tricks to play on father and the stepmother and they succeed beyond all expectation. At the finish they meet their Waterloo, but the fun certainly was worth the licking. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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11 October 1909 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with Out for the Day (1909). See more »

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As usual, Lubin makes the audience laugh
10 January 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

Honeymoons are usually trying times for newly married couples, but when a widower, with two devilish youngsters, takes a honeymoon there is certain to be trouble. And there was trouble in this particular instance. All sorts of things happen to the newlyweds as a result of the machinations of the boys. The difficulties finally end with the discovery of the source of the disturbance. What the boys got put them in condition to require cushions. Still they might say with considerable truth that the fun was well worth the licking. As usual, Lubin makes the audience laugh. - The Moving Picture World, October 23, 1909


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