On the day of her wedding a young woman's fiancé doesn't show up, sleeping off the results of the previous night's wild bachelor party. Miffed, the woman decides to go ahead with the ...
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Norman Z. McLeod
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John H. Auer
On the day of her wedding a young woman's fiancé doesn't show up, sleeping off the results of the previous night's wild bachelor party. Miffed, the woman decides to go ahead with the wedding anyway to teach her fiancé a lesson, so she calls her lawyer, Henry, and has him stand in for her missing groom. She intends to divorce her new "husband" at the first opportunity, but Henry--who has been in love with her for a long time--is determined to win his "wife's" hand.Written by
This film was first telecast on New York City's pioneer television station W2XBS 22 November 1940. Post-WWII television audiences got their first look at it Monday 21 March 1950 on WPIX (Channel 11). See more »
Remember the days when men used tons of hair gel, wore wing-tips and had suits so sharp you could cut yourself? And remember the dames with sheer sateen dresses with low-cut backs that oozed style and class?? This film must have spent a bundle just on the wardrobe changes.
Annoyed by the tardiness of her fiancée a lady marries her lawyer Henry in a spur of the moment act of revenge. On the honey-moon her finacee shows up and she decides to forgive him, however she starts to see a side of Henry she has never seen before.
Encounter many hilarious 1930s style capers and physical comedy as the couples bungle their way though a charming sitting-room farce. Guys and dames are a plenty in this film that represents the essence of 1930s jazz age America.
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