Roscoe's wife wants him committed to the No Hope Sanitarium for a cure from drink. He is greeted by blood spattered, cleaver-wielding Buster and a barely clad female patient. He eats a thermometer and must be rushed into surgery.
Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle
Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle,
Al St. John
When a large Irish woman falsely accuses Buster of breaking a window he is hauled before a Polish judge who speaks no English and assumes they are there to be married. She takes her new husband home to meet her four gorilla-like brothers. Written by
Ed Stephan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Polish in this movie sucks. I'm from Poland and I laugh when I was reading polish subs in film. There are so many mistakes in it. I think someone who doesn't know polish made it. Sometimes I had to guess what words that was meant to be. The movie is OK, I like Buster Keaton very much, but polish subs are horrible. Buster Keaton is always funny even with his stone face. I don't know why the judge was speaking only polish. Works in USA but don't know the language? The best part of the movie took place in bride's house, when Buster meets her family for the first time. Buster Keaton's short movies are even better than short movies made by Charles Chaplin. I give 6/10.
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