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Roscoe's wife wants him committed to the No Hope Sanitarium for a cure from drink. He is greeted by blood spattered, cleaver-wielding Buster and a barely clad female patient. He eats a... See more »

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Fatty
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Dr. Hampton / Woman with Umbrella
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Surgeon's Assistant
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Crazy Woman
Joe Bordeaux ...
(as Joe Bordeau)
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Nurse
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Dan Albert ...
Butler / Hospital orderly (uncredited)
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Drunken Man (uncredited)
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Man in Bandages (uncredited)

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Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle

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Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle ... (story)

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George Peters

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Herbert Warren

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Joseph M. Schenck ... presenter

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An inebriated man stands in front of a drug store during a rain storm trying to light a cigarette. Back at his home, his wife and butler see a report on the No Hope Clinic's success curing alcoholics. When hubby arrives home, bringing two gypsies and their monkey, his wife insists it's time for the clinic. Once there, he gets a look at various surgeries, and he wants out - assisted at first by a woman who believes she's a mermaid. He pretends to drown, he dresses as a woman, and, when running away, he inadvertently joins the town's annual fat man foot race. But can he outrun the men in white coats? Written by

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Also Known As
  • Fatty à la clinique (France)
  • Buenas noches, enfermera (Spain)
  • Buonanotte, infermiera (Italy)
  • Fatty paa Sanatoriet (Denmark)
  • Dobranoc, siostro! (Poland)
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  • 26 min
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Trivia Unusual in that Buster Keaton smiles on-camera. See more »
Goofs When Fatty rests against a freshly numbered telephone pole, the number is transferred to the back of his shirt. However, the result is an identical copy of the original whereas it should really be a mirror image. See more »
Quotes Title Card: Wifey and the butler - concerned for master.
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