Excuse Me (1925 film)
Lobby Poster designed by John Held Jr.
|Directed by||Alfred J. Goulding|
|Produced by||Louis B. Mayer|
|Screenplay by||Rupert Hughes|
|Based on||Excuse Me|
by Rupert Hughes
|Cinematography||John W. Boyle|
Excuse Me is a 1925 American silent comedy film starring Norma Shearer, and Conrad Nagel. It was directed by Alfred J. Goulding, and based on the 1911 play of the same name written by best-selling novelist Rupert Hughes.
Excuse Me is a remake of a 1915 film with the same name. Its status is currently unknown.
Comedy about a naval officer, Harry Mallory (Conrad Nagel) and his would-be bride Marjorie Newton (Norma Shearer) who spend most of their time running up and down a train looking for a clergyman to marry them.
- Norma Shearer - Marjorie Newton
- Conrad Nagel - Harry Mallory
- Renée Adorée - Francine
- Walter Hiers - Porter
- John Boles - Lt. Shaw
- Bert Roach - Jimmy Wellington
- William V. Mong - Rev. Dr. Temple
- Edith Yorke - Mrs. Temple
- Gene Cameron - Lt. Hudson
- Fred Kelsey - George Ketchem
- Paul Weigel - Rev. Job Wales
- Mai Wells - Mrs. Job Wales
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