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Overview

A newly married couple go to spend their honeymoon far out in the country with demented relatives who laugh off even the worst disasters. The couple are forced to sleep apart,The beds are rock hard, the food is inedible,and the farmhouse leaks in the middle of a fierce rainstorm. On top of everything else, a hick uncle with a large family pay a sudden visit.

  1. Ralph Ceder

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Raymond McKee

    Raymond McKee

    Newlywed Husband

  2. Alice Day

    Alice Day

    Newlywed Wife

  3. Billy Bevan

    Billy Bevan

    Farmer

  4. Sunshine Hart

    Sunshine Hart

    Farmer's Wife

  5. Coy Watson Sr.

    Farmer's Son

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Status Released

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  • December 25, 1925
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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 24m

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