A BURLESQUE ON CARMEN: Charlie Chaplin portrays Darn Hosiery, a soldier who is seduced by a gypsy girl (Edna Purviance). When she leaves Charlie for a suitor, the trouble begins.
STEAMBOAT BILL JR.: Steamboat Bill, a rough-and-tumble riverboat captain, is on the verge of losing his ship to a rival. His only hope is his son, whom he hasn't seen in years and who is returning from college. Much to the old man's horror, his son turns out to be a ukulele-playing wimp (Buster Keaton). The father's attempts to toughen up Bill Jr. prove futile, and all is thought lost. When it seems things can't get any worse, King manages to get Bill's boat condemned, and when the captain flattens him he ends up in jail.
THE SIN OF HAROLD DIDDLEBOCK: A 1947 comedy film written and directed by Preston Sturges, starring the silent film comic icon Harold Lloyd.
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