Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Released by Pathe, the one-reel An Exciting Honeymoon was advertised as the first of a series. Evidently the young couple depicted in the film would go on to typical domestic misadventures in subsequent series entries. The quaint traditions of honeymooning were shown in detail, including a "ducking party" in a large pond. A dash of melodrama was added at the end with a chase between the hero and the villain. Indistinguishable from dozens of other productions of the period, An Exciting Honeymoon is historically significant as the first film to be reviewed by the trade newspaper Variety, on January 19, 1907.
High Historical Importance