The Bride's Relations 1929

This one reel all-talking comedy shows all the weaknesses and strengths that we can expect from the screamies. When a man falls into a mud-hole, it isn't so funny any more, and when we have to hear bad gags too it is terrible. On the other hand, there is a snoring scene, with three men in a double bed, that is a roar. Eddie Gribbon is funny in this. Harry Langdon isn't. Let's be nice and call this a pioneering experiment.

Photoplay April 1929


The Bride's Relations
United States 1929

Directed by

Johnny Burke
Thelma Hill
Harry Gribbon
Sunshine Hart
Louise Carver


Country:United States

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