Honeymoon Limited

Honeymoon Limited
Directed byArthur Lubin
Produced byMrs Wallace Reid
Trem Carr
Written byDorothy Reid
Betty Burbridge
Based onnovel by Vida Hurst
StarringNeil Hamilton
Lloyd Hughes
CinematographyJohn W Boyle
Edited byErnie Leadley
Distributed byMonogram Pictures
Release date
Running time
72 mins
CountryUnited States

Honeymoon Limited is a 1935 American film.[1][2]


A publisher bets an author that he won't be able to write a romantic adventure novel while on a walking trip from New York to San Francisco.



Monogram bought the story from Vida Hurst in March 1934.[3]

In March 1935 it was announced the film would be supervised by Mrs Wallace Reid.[4] She had already produced Women Must Dress and Redhead for Monogram.[5]

Neil Hamilton appeared in the film under a two picture contract he signed with Trem Carr, head of Monogram. The other he did under contract was Keeper of the Bees.[6]

It was the third film Lubin directed for Monogram.[7] The Los Angeles Times said Lubin "had directed very successfully one or two other pictures which causes the belief that this feature will be especially bright lighted."[8]

Filming took place in March 1935.[9] The cast included several stars from the silent era such as Helene Costello, Neil Hamilton and Lloyd Hughes.[10]


  1. Honeymoon Limited Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 2, Iss. 13, (Jan 1, 1935): 103.
  2. Vagg, Stephen (14 September 2019). "The Cinema of Arthur Lubin". Diabolique Magazine.
  3. Film Daily. March 1945 https://archive.org/details/filmdaily65wids/page/n635?q=%22honeymoon+limited%22. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. Straight From the Studios: Mascots and Lucky Charms Are Potent Influences in Shaping Careers of Both Stars and "Extras"' on the Screen. The Washington Post 24 Mar 1935: MR2.
  5. Leo Carrillo and Joseph Calleia Slated to Play in "Robin Hood of Eldorado" Los Angeles Times 20 Apr 1935: 13.
  6. Around and About in Hollywood Read, Kendall. Los Angeles Times 25 Mar 1935: 9.
  7. Negotiations Started for Filming of "Petrified Forest" With Leslie Howard Los Angeles Times 28 May 1935: 15.
  8. Metropolitan Operahouse Backgrounds Story Starring Lawrence Tibbett: Los Angeles Times 25 Mar 1935: 9.
  9. Jan Kiepura. Los Angeles Times 26 Mar 1935: 19.
  10. SIDNEY; LUPINO; OLD TIMERS; KELLY; TEMPLE Chicago Daily Tribune 7 Apr 1935: e5.
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