A Melon-Drama (1931)
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Clark and McCullough are unemployed private detectives, which leaves Clark a lot of time to play his coronet, which he plays very badly which causes the pushcart-vendor to toss some tomatoes in his direction. This causes McCullough to steal a small melon from the pushcart, which he puts inside his coat. At the same time, they are hired to protect the life of a nearby Judge who is being threatened by gangsters. What they don't know is the bomb the gangsters intend to use to kill the judge is inside the melon stolen by McCullough.
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