Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Westerner William Fairbanks finds himself disinherited after marrying an artist (Dorothy Revier. To support his new wife, Fairbanks turns pugilist and enters a three-round bout with pro-fighter Jack Dugan (real-life boxer Al Kaufman). Fairbanks emerges the winner and returns to the homestead with both wife and a $1000 prize. More a boxing melodrama than a western, Marry in Haste was but one of a series of potboilers teaming Fairbanks (no relation to Doug) with Dorothy Revier, a titian-haired WAMPAS Baby Star of 1925. A former dancer, Revier later played Mylady de Winter opposite Douglas Fairbanks' man in the Iron Mask (1929), one of the last of the great silent epics.
artist, boy, couple, farming, father, invitation, moving, ranch, struggle, student, youth