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A young chiropractor is tricked by a tall, homely girl into marriage, but he ducks out the morning after the honeymoon. Months go by and he learns that his bride has become a mother. Obliged to his responsibilities, he returns. however,... See more »

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Oswald Hardy
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Jimmy Hemingway
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Emma
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Helen
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Pussyfoot ...
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Directed by

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Robert Z. Leonard

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Margaret Mayo ... (play)
 
F. Hugh Herbert ... (writer)
 
Lew Lipton ... (writer)
 
Ralph Spence ... (titles)
 
Sylvia Thalberg ... (adaptation)

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Robert Z. Leonard ... producer

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Faxon M. Dean

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Sam Zimbalist

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Cedric Gibbons

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Gilbert Clark

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Fredric Hope ... set designer

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Plot Summary

A young chiropractor is tricked by a tall, homely girl into marriage, but he ducks out the morning after the honeymoon. Months go by and he learns that his bride has become a mother. Obliged to his responsibilities, he returns. however, it's just another ruse, with three borrowed babies and a midget dressed as one standing in for his new children. Written by WesternOne1

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Taglines A Bedlam of babies and a landslide of laughs. (Print ad- Fair Haven Register, ((Fair Haven, NY)) 29 March 1928) See more »
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Also Known As
  • Mon bébé (France)
  • Rasch, ein Baby! (Germany)
  • A quien dios no le da hijos (Spain)
  • Toinen liian pieni toinen liian suuri (Finland)
  • Meu Bebê (Brazil)
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  • 60 min
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Trivia The play Baby Mine by Margaret Mayo first opened on Broadway on August 23, 1910, and ran for 287 performances. The production was produced by William A. Brady and the cast consisted of Marguerite Clark, Sara Biala, E.D. Cromwell, Ruth Findlay, Frank Glendinning, Harry H. Hart, Walter Jones, John Mackin and Ivy Troutman. See more »
Movie Connections Remake of Baby Mine (1917). See more »

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