~Hot Water~
~Plot Synopsis~
After resolving to remain a bachelor, Harold falls in love and marries. However, he is burdened with
his wife's family and is forced to take them to ride in his new automobile. Through the
mother-in-law's constant interference they collide with a streetcar, and the automobile is wrecked.
A drink gives him courage, and after some funny pranks he chases the mother from his house.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by:
Fred C. Newmeyer
Sam Taylor   

Written by:
Thomas J. Gray - writer
John Grey - writer
Sam Taylor - writer
Tim Whelan - writer

Harold Lloyd ...  Harold
Jobyna Ralston ...  Wifey
Josephine Crowell ...  Winnifred Ward Stokes
Charles Stevenson ...  Charley Stokes
Mickey McBan ...  Bobby Stokes
Edgar Dearing ...  Motorcycle Cop (uncredited)
Andy De Villa ...  Glen Reed (uncredited)
Pat Harmon ...  Straphanger (spider gag) (uncredited)
Fred Holmes ...  Man (uncredited)
S.D. Wilcox ...  Gene Kornman (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: The Harold Lloyd Corporation

Distribution Company:
Pathé Exchange

Producer: Harold Lloyd
Photographed by: Walter Lundin
Film Editing by: Allen McNeil
Art Direction by: Liell K. Vedder
Production Manager: John L. Murphy
Assistant Director: Robert A. Golden
Photography Assistant: Henry N. Kohler
General Manager of Harold Lloyd Corporation: William R. Fraser
Technical Director: William MacDonald
Production Assistant: King Vedder

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: October 26, 1924