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An Interrupted Wedding (1912)

Nell and Frank become engaged with the approval of Nell's parents. One week later Nell meets Will Sharp, the new owner of a neighboring ranch, and Nell's father urges her to accept Sharp on... See full summary »

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Nell and Frank become engaged with the approval of Nell's parents. One week later Nell meets Will Sharp, the new owner of a neighboring ranch, and Nell's father urges her to accept Sharp on account of his money. Frank naturally becomes jealous of the stranger because of his attentions to Nell. Sharp proposes to Nell and is refused. Knowing that Frank is her accepted sweetheart, Sharp attempts to get him out of the way by a cowardly trick, but is frustrated. Nell's mother becomes ill and the necessities of life are denied to the family. Owing to their poverty Nell's father begs Frank to give up Nell that she may marry Sharp and rescue them from their unfortunate position. Frank makes the sacrifice for Nell's sake. Six months later Frank is elected sheriff and a few days after his election receives a warrant and description of Sharp. Proceeding to Sharp's house he serves the warrant just in time to prevent his rival wedding Nell. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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29 January 1912 (USA)  »

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A bit more thrill than usual
5 September 2016 | by See all my reviews

A melodramatic picture with a bit more thrill than usual in photoplays that have set forth this story. Two Western lovers are separated by the financial difficulties of the girl's father which make the girl accept the unwelcome attentions of a rich but undesirable neighbor. The girl dislikes him, but she doesn't see him in the same light that the spectators do; he's a scoundrel. The unhappy lover leaves the district. He is elected a sheriff and learns that his rival is wanted for a crime. He gallops hard and enters just at the middle of the ceremony, which he interrupts. The film is of full length, it is fairly speedy, well photographed and the audience seemed to like it. - The Moving Picture World, February 17, 1912


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