Silent Short - Laurel and Hardy are hiding out in a vacant house when prospective renters come for a tour. They must act quickly so Oliver pretends to be the owner and Stanley pretends to be a servant.Watch Now:Amazon
Silent Short - Laurel & Hardy are hired as bodyguards for a judge whose life is threatened by an escaped prisoner.Watch Now:Amazon
Silent Short - Laurel and Hardy must take a 45-minute train ride to Hollywood in order to make a payment on their house. When they get there the star-struck pair mistake a bank robbery as a movie set and get themselves into hot water.Watch Now:Amazon
Silent Short - Laurel is asked to give up his handyman job to attend a party. The woman that is hiring him needs him to pretend to be a well-to-do man and flirt with her to make her husband jealous.
Silent Short - A businessman is being blackmailed and asks Stanley for help.Watch Now:Amazon
The boys are part of an Army Reserve group, headed for a weekend camp. Sergeant Banner (Hardy) gets in trouble with Captain Bustle (James Finlayson) by flirting with Bustle's two female companions. Private Cuthbert Hope (Laurel) is also on the train, causing trouble. While going through their exercises at their destination, the men pause to bathe in a lake. Hope is supposed to watch their clothing, but instead he joins them. Banner tosses away his cigarette, which completely burns up everyone's outfits. Bustle's ladies happen by, and the naked platoon are forced to hide behind a billboard and have to somehow get back to camp. On the way, they knock over a hornet's nest, resulting in a title card reading, "All's well that ends swell," and a final shot showing the men from the back, their behinds swollen to preposterous proportions.
Silent Short - Stanley plays the lawyer of a rich oil tycoon that had become married acidentally. Stan must find a way out for his client.
Silent Short - Laurel and Hardy play convicts trying to dig a tunnel out of prison but wind up in the warden's office.
Silent Short - A divorced woman is set to receive $100,000 and quarts of diamonds from her divorce-disapproving aunt. Having taken in her first husband as a lodger, due to financial difficulties, and now living with her second husband, she must act to convince her aunt, that she is still married to her first husband, which is not taken gracefully by her second husband.