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A woman passionately throws herself into a man's arms.

A man makes lewd and clearly unwanted advances on a woman.

A lot of slapstick violence, such as a man spanking his adult daughter, a man throwing a woman into the river, two men falling off a cliff, etc.

A row of men are shot one by one like targets in a shooting gallery, as a slapstick gag.

Two men drink some liquid to verify that it is moonshine.

A man rolls a cigarette but doesn't get a chance to smoke it.

The violence is slapstick, including a scene in which a man is tied up in a cabin with a can of gunpowder at his feet. The cabin explodes, but the film is run backward and the cabin reassumbles and the man is unharmed.

A lot of cartoonish gunfire.

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