A Friendly Husband (1923)
William Fox presents
Directed by Jack Blystone
HUSBANDS AND WIVES
Here are the ingredients of this comic concoction.
Take one friend husband, mix well with "Toootsie," newlywed and winsome (they're some mixers, that pair), place in a trick, travelling bungalow. (That drifting domicile is clever. It can do aything but figure up the income tax.) Into the mixture stir one large iron-faced ma-in-law. (She's the Indian that took the joy from enjoyment, and put the out in outing.) Sift in one "sweet daddie" (he's half Scotch and half sober) and a lot ore lovely in-laws. Flavor with inconceivably funny adventures y the score, a bunch of brutal bandits and bold bad bears, a gang of goats and a man-eating squirrel.
Now use your imagination thoroughly.
Gives you a mental image of a real lie comedy, doesn't it?
Well, myltiply the result of your imaginings by sixteen thousand laughs. Subtract all the gloom from your system. Divide a health hunk of happiness amongst your whole darn family and add a heap to the gaiety oflife by seeing "A Friendly Husbad" immediately, if not sooner.
A FULL EVENING'S ENTERTAINMENT
A Caveman Husbannd
A FRIENDLY HUSBAND
Printed in U.S.A.
THEY SAY --
Very funny... Humor new to the screen. -- N. Y. Tribune.
Children 10c Regular Prices Adults 25c
with Lupino Lane, Alberta Vaughn, and Eva Thatcher. Directed by John Blystone. Fox.
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Last Modified February 25, 2020