Synopsis by Hal Erickson
British stage notables Charles Hawtrey and Elizabeth Risdon were the stars of the three-reel romantic farce Honeymoon for Three. Hawtrey plays a European prince who prefers Parisian night life to affairs of state. While strolling "along zee boulevard," the prince meets Risdon, the new young wife of a wealthy American tourist, played by Frederick Groves. The merry monarch invites himself along for the Honeymoon, and that's when the fur begins to fly. As a novelty, the subtitles in Honeymoon for Three were written in the form of rhymed couplets, which added to the general joviality.