I Do

I Do is a 1921 American short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. This short is notable for having a cartoon wedding in the first scene.


The Boy meets and marries The Girl. A year later, the two walk down the street with a baby carriage carrying a bottle instead of a baby when they run into The Girl's brother who asks the couple to do him a favor and babysit his children. They accept and the remainder of the short consists of gags showcasing the difficulties of babysitting children. At the very end, The Boy discovers some knitted baby clothes in a drawer (implying that The Girl is pregnant).

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    director Hal Roach
    editor Charles Bilkey
    genre action animation comedy
    keywords baby carriage
    producer Hal Roach
    publisher Pathé Exchange
    theme cartoon short silent