The Lost Address (1912)

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In this early silent comedy one-reeler, a minister (Gordon Sackville) loses the address to an upcoming wedding, causing comical grief and embarrassment to the bride and groom (Dorothy Davenport and Harold Lockwood). The farce was directed by Al Christie, a specialist in the genre, who, when later running his own successful comedy factory, favored a more genteel approach than his close rival Hal Roach.