A pair of detectives from Scotland Yard are assigned to look into the disappearance of the Mukkinese Battle Horn, a ninth-century artifact, from the Metropolitan Museum.
Filmed in the wonder of Schizophrenoscope (the new Split Screen)
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My name is Maurice Plonk, and I live in a little log cabin in Piccadilly. Last night I left a burning cigarette by my bedside and the whole place was burny down. And the night before last, my fire insurance ran out and we did not get a penny. My, how we did laugh when we heard about it.
Mr Plonk has nothing to do with our story. We thought you'd like to see what a real idiot looked like.
At the ending of the film, instead of finishing with The End, it finishes with End The, but with individual letters reversed. This then reverts to The End. See more
The US release omits most of the opening credits and the horn artwork, as well as the hyphen in the title. See more