With Vim Comedy Film Company (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
3. Strangled Harmony (1915)
Ethel loves Pokes because he plays the violin, but Pokes is too poor to marry her, so he sells his violin. Without the music, Ethel won't have him and marries someone else.
4. The Battle Royal (1916)
11 min | Short, Action, Comedy
Plump and Runt are on opposite sides of a mountain feud. Then government revenue agents arrive and both families join together to run off the common enemy.
8. A Job for Life (1917)
Miss Flo has been reading in the park about two crooks robbing girls. Bert and Dud, who have been reading the ads in the help wanted column, find that there is no position open for their ... See full summary »
11. Hungry Hearts (1916)
Plump and Runt are starving artists who are both in love with their pretty model. Runt chooses money over love and marries a widow he thinks is rich. It turns out the model is the real heiress, and Plump marries her.
13. A Sticky Affair (1916)
A professor has invented a special glue. As burglars are robbing his house, the laboratory explodes, catching the burglars, the housekeeper, and the housekeeper's two suitors in a sticky mess.
19. The Midnight Prowlers (1915)
Mr. and Mrs. Jabbs each hire detectives to protect themselves from burglars. When a burglar does show up, the detectives create confusion by arresting Mr. and Mrs. Jabbs.
23. The Love Bugs (1917)
Ethel, the daughter of Kate, a boarding house mistress, is loved by Snooky, a social pirate, and one of her mother's boarders. Babe, another roomer at Kate's house, and head salesman at the... See full summary »
28. Terrible Kate (1917)
Short, Comedy, Western
In front of a saloon and a private graveyard two cowboys are on the verge of a fight when Kate looms up in the doorway. The men immediately separate. In No Man's county everyone holds Kate ... See full summary »
29. Chickens (1916)
Ethel's father insists that she marry a rich Count instead of Jabbs, her true love. Jabbs disguises himself as the Count and woos Ethel. Meanwhile the real Count is held up by chicken thieves.
30. The Boycotted Baby (1917)
Among the prohibitions contained in the ordinances of Cordeliaville are "Lovers" and "Babies," and the law is prosecuted in this village by the Women's League, but lovers know no laws and ... See full summary »
31. Pressing Business (1915)
Jabbs sends his only suit to be pressed before a big date, but the tailor shop burns down. Pokes breaks into Jabbs' room but he's discovered and Jabbs takes his suit to wear on his date.
34. Frenzied Finance (1916)
Jabbs is serious about business, but Pokes just wants to flirt with the stenographer. While Pokes is preoccupied, crooks break in and steal the safe with a large sum of money, entrusted by an important client.
35. Fat and Fickle (1916)
Babe is happy over his engagement to Florence, but the minute he thinks of breaking the news to her mother, Kate, his dream of joy is ended. For Kate's ex-husband was a pugilist and his ... See full summary »
36. Ups and Downs (1915)
Shifty Mike attempts to force his attentions on Jabbs' daughter, but is thwarted. Vowing revenge, Mike hires Pokes to throw a bomb through Jabbs' window. Instead, Pokes blows himself up.
38. Mixed and Fixed (1915)
At a costume party, Jabbs and Pokes are dressed as women, and their wives are dressed as men. Multiple mistaken identities ensue, with Jabbs losing his dress and Mrs. Pokes almost losing her pants.
41. Aunt Bill (1916)
Plump and Runt have never met their wives' wealthy aunt, but they brag to their jealous friends about the fortune they expect from her. When she comes for a visit, the boys mistreat her, ... See full summary »
43. Stranded (II) (1916)
Plump and Runt are out sailing, but their boat sinks and they swim to an island. There they find a millionaire and his family camping nearby. When a disgruntled suitor kidnaps the millionaire's daughter, Plump and Runt have to rescue her.
48. Sidetracked (1916)
Mr. and Mrs. Runt are traveling on a train. Runt falls asleep in the smoking car, which is detached from the train. When Mrs. Runt discovers her husband is gone, Plump offers to help, and ... See full summary »