Charlie and another waiter must become bakers when the regular bakers go out on strike. The strikers put dynamite in a piece of bread which is delivered to the cake counter. It winds up in the oven and explodes.
Did You Know?
This film was one of several Charles Chaplin
comedies scheduled to be shown at the New York Historical Society in September 2001. In the wake of the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center, however, this film and one other, Work
(1915), were pulled from the program because each ends with Charlie emerging from the rubble of a destroyed building. See more
Referenced in Behind the Screen