A jealous husband becomes angered by what he feels are the inappropriate advances of an effeminate shoe clerk toward his wife. The clerk initially tries to avoid any conflict but eventually defends himself.
A girl and her suitor are interrupted by the pranks of a rival (who rigs a booby trap which fires a cannon). Music composed and performed by Donald Sosin. Presented by CineMuseum (on behalf of Keystone Films).
The Police Chief is tracking a band of four desperadoes, who vow revenge by blowing up his house. The desperadoes manage to kidnap one of the Chief's hapless constables - the boyfriend of ... See full summary »
The landlord of poor tenements rents rooms to three Italians. Not being impressed with their looks he spies upon them and discovers that they are making bombs. Securing a pistol he rushes ... See full summary »
Our introduction to these gentlemen is while they are enjoying their sleep in the hay. The morning paper has fallen into the hands of Mack and an article in the society news interests him. ... See full summary »
John T. Dillon,
William J. Butler