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A professor plays Pygmalion to three bumbling garbagemen and tries to turn them into gentlemen.
A professor seeks to prove his theories about environment versus heredity by turning three boorish plumbers into gentlemen.
Gregors größte Erfindung
Gregor, a young man, lives with and cares for his elderly grandmother. He's also a bit of an inventor...
A fighter trains for the big bout, and discovers that his opponent is his girlfriend's brother.
|5||Springtime in Greenland (1981 short)||6.8/10||120|
How I Play Golf, by Bobby Jones No. 4: 'The Mashie Niblick'
Golf champion Bobby Jones gives a lesson to comic actor Leon Errol in the use of the mashie niblick club. It is used mainly to loft the ball over tall obstacles, such as trees.
You Can't Fool a Camera
(1941 documentary short)
This short starts out as a documentary. In a dramatization, Eadward Muybridge's photographic experiments prove that when a horse gallops...
Jimmy Jump is a cracked reporter at a behind-the-times daily newspaper. He also happens to be in love with the managing editor's daughter...
It's carnival time, crowds gather for horse races and the games and food of a midway. Bobby the singing jockey will be riding the favorite Stardust...
Magoo's Young Manhood
In a flashback Mr. Magoo thinks back in time to the Gay 90's when he was a young man, and just as myopic then as in the 1950s...
|11||What Makes Lizzy Dizzy? (1942 short)||3.3/10||6|
|12||The Reward (1915 short)|
|13||Heebie Gee-Gees (1952 short)|
|14||Hurray for Hooligan (1937 short)|
|15||Yearlong Boyfriend (1998 short)|
|16||Winner's Pleasure (1999 video short)|
|17||Steeplechase (1930 short)|
|18||Warner Bros. Sports Parade: Heart of a Champion (1954 short)|
|19||Milt Britton and His World Famous Orchestra (1937 short)|
|20||Twisting Fate with Death and Larry (2009 short)|
|21||Prattle: Your Words Are Empty and So Is Your Heart (now in black and white!) (2011 short)|
|22||Slide, Nellie, Slide (1936 short)|
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