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Charlie is the great divorce attorney, in demand by all women wishing to shed their husbands. While explaining to one woman how to obtain a divorce by getting photos in a compromising situation... See full synopsis »

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A typical Charlie Chase short

Charlie is playing his usual character here, the middle-class husband who gets in trouble with his wife. In this case, he's a divorce lawyer who innocently gets dragged into another couple's scheme to obtain a divorce by producing photos of the wife in a compromising situation with "another man" - Charlie, of course. Spouses show up unexpectedly at the least convenient moment, doors slam, women are hidden under beds, the wrong person is always listening when anything compromising is said, and general hilarity ensues. It's quite implausible, but also very amusing. The quality of the gags and direction is pretty strong, and Chase gives his typically funny performance.


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