The wealthy von Wellingens are shocked when the father of their son Fred's fiancée Lia juggles desserts at a formal dinner. They encourage Fred to break the engagement. Lia goes to Berlin to marry a Baron von Schwarzdorf, and Fred arrives too late to stop the marriage.
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That merry smile! Those naughty eyes! She's magnetic-she's lovable-She's modern! She changes the wedding march to "There Goes The Bride!" (Print ad- Journal and Republican,(Lowville, N.Y.) 10 March 1932)
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[On the phone
Who's him? Eh, he? Who is he? I see, him and he are the same. I think you are a little bit tipsy... It's a very good omen for marriage. I was half-stewed when I proposed to your mother.
Remake of Her Majesty Love
The Wedding March
from "A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op.61"
Written by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Played by the Cabaret band after the Bridal Chorus See more