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Stan says he was bitten by a dog and a bandage is seen on his arm.

Ollie trips over a carpet sweeper, twice. The second time, he crashes into a pile of dishes.

A stove pipe breaks, billowing soot all over Ollie.

When Ollie opens a cabinet, flour dumps all over him and a pan hits him on the head.

Stan searches Ollie's bedroom drawers for a handkerchief while the latter is on the floor looking for a fallen button. Stan finds what he is looking for and carelessly leaves the drawer open. Ollie then stands up, poking his head right through the drawer.

Stan plunges the kitchen sink drain, the stick comes loose and he accidentally pokes Ollie in the eye.

Ollie hurls a flower pot at Stan, but misses, shattering two windows and hitting an unsuspecting neighbor instead.

Ollie turns on the gas stove and is distracted by Stan before he can strike a match. By the time he does, the room has filled with gas and an explosion ensues. Stan and Ollie are unharmed, save for soot stains and torn clothing.

Ollie comes home from the train station sporting a black eye and the sword of his ridiculous legion outfit is bent.

Ollie had thrown a big party the night before. He wakes up with a hang-over, and there are liquor bottles visible throughout the house.

Argentina:Atp / Finland:S (1959) / Germany:0 / UK:U / USA:Passed (National Board of Review)

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