Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The popular silent-film team of Marguerite Clark and Harrison Ford star in Easy to Get. While on their honeymoon, newlyweds Milly (Clark) and Bob Morehouse (Ford) have a falling out. It's all hubby's fault: Milly has overheard Bob insist that all girls are "easy." To prove otherwise, Milly spends the rest of the film playing very hard to get, going so far as to stage-manage a fake kidnapping (which, of course, ends up being the real thing). Pushing 40 in 1920, Marguerite Clark was nearing the end of her "ingenue" stage, but she remained an audience favorite.
bride, honeymoon, husband, kidnapping, smoking, train [locomotive], trip, wife