Guest Annette Funicello confesses to Hans that she never watches the show. Recordings reveal how silent movie director Frederick Fig achieved his unforgettable results in "The Cut Away." A simple country dermatologist cures a man's dry skin in "Hands Across the Fee." Lon Cheney stars as Quasimodo in his first film comedy, "Dinky Dunstan, Boy Cheerleader." A preview of next week's episode of the "Adventures of Harry and Ozziet."
Segments include Buster Keaton running a moving company and a salute to Pasedena, California, and its Rose Bowl parade. Horton discusses his favorite movie, 1926's "Young April." That flicker is re-cut as "The Prince and the Poppa" with the king sending his dopey son in search of a rich baseball-playing heiress to marry.
Segments include a profile of the typical "Fractured Flickers" viewer, a piece on 1920s bootlegging gangsters, and a Flicker's auction of merchandise they stole being held in Skid Row, California. Bob Newhart pickets on behalf of dead comedians who aren't being paid when the show uses clips of their films.