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WAITING IN THE LURCH

Eric Loudermilk Potts is a bridegroom who misses his own wedding because he can't stop chasing fire trucks. Fiancee Mae breaks up with him to marry milksop Wilber at her father's insistence. But Eric's butler Simmons is determined to help true love, and arranges for Eric to crash the wedding and win Mae back.



Remade with stock footage as THE FIRE CHASER (1954).

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Featuring
Joe Besser (Solo)
Release Date
September 08, 1949
Studio
Columbia
Production Type
Short Subject
Duration
15.75 min.
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Title Origin:   Left in the lurch
Prod. No.:   4101
Shooting Days:   4 days   From: 1948-11-02   To: 1948-11-05

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