Love, Honor and Behave! (1920)

A young married couple appears before a judge to get a divorce. The wife shows the judge some pictures of her husband with his arms around another woman, as "proof" that he was cheating on ... See full summary »


F. Richard Jones (as Richard Jones), Erle C. Kenton (as Erle Kenton)


Mack Sennett (scenario)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Charles Murray ... His Honor - Judge Fawcett
Ford Sterling ... Milton Robbin - Haberdasher
Phyllis Haver ... Mrs. Milton Robbin
Marie Prevost ... Newlywed Bride
George O'Hara ... Newlywed Groom
Charlotte Mineau ... A Merry Widow
Billy Bevan ... A Fake Lawyer
Kalla Pasha Kalla Pasha ... The Lawyer's Right-Hand Man
Eddie Gribbon ... The Lawyer's Left-Hand Man
Fanny Kelly Fanny Kelly ... Mrs. Fawcett - the Judge's Wife
Billy Armstrong ... The District Attorney / Maitre d'
Joseph Belmont Joseph Belmont ... Robbins' Brother-in-Law (as Baldy Belmont)
Raymond Griffith ... Man with Married Girlfriend
Sybil Seely Sybil Seely ... Married Girlfriend (as Sibye Trevilla)
James Finlayson ... Artist (as Jim Finlayson)


A young married couple appears before a judge to get a divorce. The wife shows the judge some pictures of her husband with his arms around another woman, as "proof" that he was cheating on her. The husband, for his part, claims that he was just innocently helping the woman and that he was being blackmailed by the photographer who took the picture. Written by

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Release Date:

22 November 1920 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Eventyret paa Natcaféen See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Mack Sennett Comedies See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Edited into Happy Times and Jolly Moments (1943) See more »

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Wacky Mack Sennett Comedy
29 January 2003 | by silentfilm-2See all my reviews

Only two reels of this Mack Sennett feature still exist, so it is very difficult to judge how good the complete feature would have been. The film has a Who's Who cast from the Mack Sennett Studio in 1920. It looks as if every comedian who was working for Sennett at the time appeared in the film. Marie Prevost and George O'Hara are a newly married couple who visit Judge Charlie Murray to obtain a divorce. The judge tells them some kind of story about husband Charlie Murray and wife Phyllis Haver -- it is hard to tell exactly what the story is because so much of the film is missing. The first reel consists of many married couples having illicit rendezvous at a cafe. Billy Bevan, Kalla Pascha and Eddie Gribbon play shady lawyers who apparently prowl the place looking for blackmail victims. Raymond Griffith has a short bit as a boyfriend who does not realize that his girlfriend is married.

In the latter reel, Sterling has crashed his car into Judge Murray's car. Apparently Sterling has done much to embarrass Murray, so Sterling is hauled into court in front of him. It looks like Sterling will be doing a long stretch of jail time, until lawyer Bevan produces an embarrassing photo of the judge. When Murray's wife finds out, general mayhem ensues, with several people dangling from high electrical power wires. Unfortunately, this is all of the film that exists. While the film probably was not a classic, it is a shame that most of it is lost.

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