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Malice in the palace

Set in a desert land where the stooges run a restaurant, the boys set out to recover the stolen Rootin Tootin diamond after they learn from the thieves that the Emir of Shmo has absconded with the contraband jewel. They journey to the stronghold of Shmo where they disguise as Santa Clauses and scare the ruler into giving them the diamond

Manhattan love song

A couple rich sisters Geraldine and Carol Stewart (Dixie Lee and Helen Flint) have just found out that their financial planner has stolen all their money.
Unable to pay a couple (Nydia Westman and Robert Armstrong) of their servants their back wages, they agree to let the pair stay in their home rent-free to make up for this pay.
But, it is a bit rough at first, as these two society swells expect their old servants to behave like servants--but considering they're no longer paying them, this doesn't last.

Massacre double feature

Well, after taking a couple months off to remodel the Snack Bar, put up some new speakers, and repaint the big screen, our little drive in is back open for the summer!

Max wants a divorce

Cast: Max Linder, Marthe Mansfield [billed as: Martha Ulrich], Francine Larrimore, Mathilde Comont.
Produced by Essanay, the film premiered at "The Strand" (New York) on March 18, 1917.
Max is forced to choose between losing his newly wedded wife and a fortune. He hits upon a brilliant scheme: He will give his wife grounds for a divorce, secure the money and then make his ex-wife Mrs. Linder again. He goes through any amount of trouble in helping her to get the necessary evidence, only to find that it is all a mistake on the part of a stupid lawyer - the money and the wife are both to be his

Nightmare castle

A woman and her lover are tortured and killed by her sadistic husband. The pair return from the grave to seek vengeance. - IMDB Description

The butcher boy

This Fatty Arbuckle short feature is a historical treasure in that it was the first film appearance of the great Buster Keaton, and it has some decent slapstick too

The masquerader

Charlie Chaplins 24th Film

The Masquerader is a 1914 film written, directed, and starring Charlie Chaplin. Its running time is only 16 minutes. It is the tenth film directed and the second written by Chaplin

The paleface

Buster Keaton stars in this comedy as the captive of hostile Indians.
His captors tie him to a stake and prepare him for death by fire.
Keaton moves with the stake as the Indians try frantically to place the firewood around him.
When he survives the flames due to his fire-resistant clothes, Keaton is made a member of the tribe and named Little Chief Paleface.
He then foils the scheme of unsavory oil speculators to steal the land from his Indian companion

The pawnshop

Charlie Chaplin's 56th Film

The Pawnshop was Charlie Chaplin's sixth film for Mutual Film Company. Chaplin played the role of assistant to the pawnshop owner. Henry Bergman played the owner and Edna Purviance the owner's daughter. Albert Austin played an alarm clock owner who watches Charlie in dismay as he checks out the clock. This was one of Chaplin's more popular Mutual Films, mainly for the slapstick comedy he was famous for at the time

The pharmacist

A henpecked but stoic pharmacist (W.C. Fields) tries to maintains his precarious balance while dealing with demanding customers and his dysfunctional family