|Directed by||Arthur Lubin|
|Written by||Dorothy Reid|
|Based on||novel by Vida Hurst|
|Produced by||Mrs Wallace Reid|
|Cinematography||John W Boyle|
|Edited by||Ernie Leadley|
|Distributed by||Monogram Pictures|
Honeymoon Limited is a 1935 American film.
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.
In March 1935 it was announced the film would be supervised by Mrs Wallace Reid. She had already produced Women Must Dress and Redhead for Monogram.
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.
It was the third film Lubin directed for Monogram. 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."
Filming took place in March 1935. The cast included several stars from the silent era such as Helene Costello, Neil Hamilton and Lloyd Hughes.