Snub Pollard runs the dingiest ferry boat in the world. Noah Young is angry with him and realizes he hasn't renewed his license since 1891 and alerted the naval commission. Fortunately, Marie Mosquini and a bevy of bathing beauties are on hand to help him out.
This very funny Snub Pollard comedy is episodic in nature, but one part flows reasonably into the next and director Charley Chase -- under his birth name of Charles Parrott -- stages the gags beautifully. Given the grotesque, Thimble Theater appearance of everyone save Marie and the girls -- the comic strip was in its third year at the time, although Popeye would not be introduced until 1929 -- Snub even looks human enough for Marie to fall in love with!
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