His Wooden Wedding
|Series:||Charley Chase||♦||Distribution:||Pathé||♦||Director:||Leo McCarey||♦||Cinematography:||Clen Carrier|
|Production:||B-3||♦||Type:||Silent short||♦||Producer:||Hal Roach||♦||Editor:||Richard Currier|
|Released:||20 December 1925||♦||Length:||2-reels||♦||Titles:||H.M. Walker||♦||Supervising director:||F. Richard Jones|
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|Charley is about to marry his fiance (Katherine Grant) when a jilted suitor informs him that his bride has a wooden leg in a desperate attempt to disuade him from going through with the wedding. However, it is established that she has simply twisted her ankle and is limping. The jealous ex is exposed and Charley gets his woman.|
• Production B-3 - Charley Chase series.
• Copyrighted December 30, 1925.
• September 1-12, 1925.
• Remade with Andy Clyde at Columbia as Ankles Away (1938).
• Katherine Grant looks rather dishy in a bathing costume, doesn't she?
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