|Directed by||James W. Horne|
|Produced by||Hal Roach|
|Written by||H. M. Walker|
|Starring||Laurel and Hardy|
|Music by||Marvin Hatley
|20 min 52 sec|
Oliver is making plans to be married to his sweetheart Dulcy(Babe London) with Stan as his best man, but the plans are thwarted when Dulcy's father(James Finlayson) sees a picture of Ollie and forbids the marriage. The couple plan to elope, and steal away at night to a Justice of the Peace. After typical Laurel and Hardy blundering, they manage to sneak the girl away from her father's house.
After this, there is a memorable scene in which Ollie, his gargantuan fiancée and Stan try to cram into a tiny car Stan hired for their elopement, Ollie having expected a "limousine". After much struggling they finally succeed in getting themselves and a suitcase into the car, but as they move off it tilts up under the weight and Stan's head smashes through the roof. The film concludes with a cross-eyed justice(Ben Turpin) marrying Ollie to Stan.
|Stan Laurel||--- Stan|
|Oliver Hardy||--- Ollie|
|Babe London||--- Dulcy|
|James Finlayson||--- Dulcy's father|
|Ben Turpin||--- the Justice of the Peace|
|Blanche Payson||--- the daughter of the Justice of the Peace|
|Charley Rogers||--- the Butler|
- Drew, Bernard A. (December 4, 2013). Motion Picture Series and Sequels: A Reference Guide. Routledge. p. 194. ISBN 978-1-317-92894-2.
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