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Bunny's Honeymoon (1913)

Bunnv's niece has a beau who is so addicted to drink that her father will not permit her to marry him. He has given the lad a chance, but when he comes upon him drink again, he orders his ... See full summary »

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Mr. Bunny, Valeria's Godfather
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Cutey, Valeria's fiance
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Frank Mason
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Bunnv's niece has a beau who is so addicted to drink that her father will not permit her to marry him. He has given the lad a chance, but when he comes upon him drink again, he orders his daughter to break it all off. She goes to Uncle Bunny, who thinks up a scheme to cure the drunkard. In pursuance of this, he brings the lad, so drunk that he can't see straight, to his home and by dressing up in woman gear, and by borrowed kids, makes him think he has married a fat widow with many children. The poor lad is so greatly worried that when he wakes up next morning, he really swears off. So. in the end, the lovers are happy. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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7 April 1913 (USA)  »

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Only once or twice caught the whole audience
27 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

A Bunnygraph that made a good deal of individual laughter, but only once or twice caught the whole audience. The plot seems forced, and this keeps most of it from that spontaneity needed for the best fun. There are one or two very funny incidents, and these a large audience appreciated. Bunny plays the godfather of Dorothy Kelly, who is engaged to Wallie Van, a good boy who, unfortunately, gets drunk. Bunny has him taken home, and then, with the help of some children, makes him think, on waking next day, that he has married a widow with a houseful of kids. It's a bad dream and cures him of his weakness. Charles Eldridge plays the girl's father. Frank Thomas is the author, and Wilfred North the producer. The photography is clear and effective. - The Moving Picture World, April 19, 1913


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