As Al and Dorothy start their honeymoon, Al finds to his horror that Catlett is coming along, and takes the wheel of their car, putting Al in the rumble seat. He pushes Al around,until he can't stand it and resorts to violence.
Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle
Al St. John,
In 1830, a train known as the Iron Mule is loaded with passengers, and starts off on its trip. Along the way, the train faces numerous obstacles and delays. The engineer is prepared for ... See full summary »
Bad sound, poor script and Al St. John making faces: what less could you ask for? St. John and Jimmy Aubrey waste their time dropping dishes in a restaurant with two patrons, one boss and a floor show of eight. There's singing, but the sound makes it impossible to follow. There's dancing, but it isn't terribly well choreographed. And, as said before, there's Al St. John, who can take a fall, but that's the limit of his talents. Give it a miss.
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