RETRO SOUND BITE ON FIGHTING OVER WINNING TICKET - HD A group of 1930s well-to-do people argue over who owns a racing ticket. When no one claims responsibility, the ticket is ripped up. When one man says it's worth 55,000, the group loses all decorum and clamors after the winning ticket. Note: Mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 1920 x 1080. 1080p 23.97 fps - All forms of HD and SD available.
TWO RIVALS DUKE IT OUT - 2 In the middle of a dance floor two rivals duke it out in a typically violent slapstick fashion. At one point one fighter even bites the other's nose! An early Keystone comedy featuring Charlie Chaplin and Ford Sterling.
MOVING PIANO & GETTING FLOODED A man hauls an upright piano around on his back while his wife decides where to put it. He eventually collapses under the weight and they argue. A little boy fills an adjacent room with water from a hose and is forced to paddle out a window in a washtub. The husband and wife are propelled to the ground by the rush of water when they open the door to the adjacent room. Broad slapstick.
A KNOCKOUT PUNCH In the middle of a dance floor two rivals engage in a brief fight, with one administering a quick knockout punch. An early Keystone silent comedy featuring Charlie Chaplin and Ford Sterling.
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