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Al's Troubles (1926)

Passed  -  Short | Comedy  -  10 March 1926 (USA)
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Al and his pal Jack lose all but their underwear in a poker game, and have to flee in their underwear when the cops raid the joint. The elude the police by joining a bunch of marathon ... See full summary »

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Al and his pal Jack lose all but their underwear in a poker game, and have to flee in their underwear when the cops raid the joint. The elude the police by joining a bunch of marathon runners, and easily win the race as they have more to win than the contestants. They are given a Silver Cup for winning the race, and take that and trade it at a pawn shop for two sets of clothes. The police are still in hot pursuit and chase them to a roof of a house where they dive down the chimney, and land in the arms of two black brides-to-be. Al and Jack are somewhat hesitant about getting married but the girls, mistaking that for shyness, drag them to the altar for a double-wedding ceremony. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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