A gang of cutthroats set ablaze a farmhouse after killing the farmer and stealing the proceeds of his sales. Captured and tried for his crimes, the pitiless plunderer faces death by guillotine, but first, a night of pure agony awaits.
Despite all methods of instantaneously masking a clandestine gambling den's shady activities, the risk of getting caught is high, especially when the police thirsts for success. But, sometimes, indulging in pure fun is just too tempting.
A man needs to get to Monte Carlo from Paris, but finds out that a train will take 17 hours to get there. He decides to go with a man with a special car, who claims that he can get there in just two hours. Complications ensue.
Sound asleep in his comfortable armchair next to a high-pressure retort, a mystic silver-haired alchemist can't even notice the strange manifestations emerging from the vessel's bottom. Is this a dream, or a cornucopia of secreted desires?
There is no plot to this. It is a weird musician in a music studio from hell. He tries to read his music but the stand either goes way up high or settles to the floor. Never where he wants it. He plays the tuba and it gets huge in size. His piano won't stay put as he tries to play it. Then it catches fire. By the time he is done, the whole place is in utter collapse. The fun thing is that he is undeterred by failure, never stopping trying to play an instrument. Quite well done.
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