The Pie Eyed Piper ()


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IT is the wedding day of Ellen, her parents having forced her into a marriage arrangement with her unworthy cousin. The bridegroom, late for the wedding, starts out in his jitney, and, stopping on the way to flirt with the bridesmaid, he... See more »

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The Fair Ellen
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Young Lochinvar (as William Franey)
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Ellen's Cousin (as Milburn Moranti)
Lillian Peacock ...
The Bridesmaid
Bobbie Mack ...
Ellen's Father

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William Beaudine

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C.B. Hoadley ... (scenario)

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IT is the wedding day of Ellen, her parents having forced her into a marriage arrangement with her unworthy cousin. The bridegroom, late for the wedding, starts out in his jitney, and, stopping on the way to flirt with the bridesmaid, he is further delayed. Young Lochinvar, accompanied by his trusty broadsword, passes the cousin, his rival, and, as the cousin is arrayed in his Sunday clothing, gets an inkling there is something unusual happening at Ellen's. He follows the cousin to the bride's home, where the wedding is about to proceed, with the heart of the fair Ellen breaking. But first Ellen and Young Lochinvar dance. They reach the door and Young Lochinvar seizes Ellen and carries her to his car, after stealing the crank off the car of the cousin. Of course there is a wild chase, during which the entire wedding party get stuck in a hall of sand. Ellen and Lochinvar, quicker that the rest, extricate themselves, and, taking the preacher with them, the trio rides off, the preacher uniting the two lovers, and the others looking on in despair. - The Moving Picture Weekly, August 17, 1918. Written by Pamela Short

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