~The Honeymoon Express~
~DM-218: Irene Rich and Virginia Lee Corbin~
~Plot Synopsis~
Corpulent middle-aged Willard Louis fancies himself God's gift to women, indulging in various affairs
while his frumpy wife Irene Rich busies herself with her grown children. Following the example set by
Louis, the kids indulge in their own hedonistic pleasures, leaving Rich all alone. Finally rebelling against
her dissolute family, Rich walks out on them and begins a new and glamorous life for herself. This forces
Louis to come to his senses and begin courting his own wife all over again. Willard Louis, one of the most
popular character actors of the 1920s, died not long after the completion of this film.

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com

Willard Louis ...  John Lambert
Irene Rich ...  Mary Lambert
Holmes Herbert ...  Jim Donaldson
Helene Costello ...  Margaret Lambert
John Patrick ...  Nathan Peck
Jane Winton ...  Estelle
Virginia Lee Corbin ...  Becky
Harold Goodwin ...  Lance
Robert Brower ...  Dick Donaldson
Directed by:
James Flood    
Ernst Lubitsch (uncredited)

Written by: Mary O'Hara - writer
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Warner Bros.

Cinematography by: David Abel
Assistant Director: William H. Cannon
Assistant Camera: Willard Van Enger
Titles: Rob Wagner

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 minutes
Released: September 2,1926
Filmed at: Warner Brothers Burbank Studios - 4000 Warner Boulevard, Burbank, California, USA