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Directed by Buster Keaton John G. Blystone Written by Clyde Bruckman Jean Havez Joseph A. Mitchell Produced by Joseph M. Schenck Buster Keaton as Willie McKay Joe Roberts as Joseph Canfield Natalie Talmadge as Virginia Canfield Ralph Bushman as Clayton Canfield Craig Ward as Lee Canfield Monte Collins as The Parson Joe Keaton as The Locomotive Engineer Jack Duffy as The Locomotive Leader Kitty Bradbury as Aunt Mary Jean Dumas as Mother McKay Edward Coxen as Father John McKay Tom London as James Canfield Buster Keaton Jr. as Willie McKay (1 year old) Erwin Connelly as Husband Quarreling with Wife (uncredited) Directed by George Marshall Raymond McCarey Written by H. M. Walker Stan Laurel (uncredited) Produced by Hal Roach Stan Laurel as Stan Oliver Hardy as Ollie Don Dillaway as Eddie Smith Jacquie Lyn as Eddie's Baby Mary Carr as Old Woman With Letter James Finlayson as General Richard Cramer as Uncle Jack Adele Watson as Annie Tom Kennedy as Recruiting Sergeant Charles Middleton as Welfare Assistance Officer Richard Tucker as Mr. Smith Sr Muriel Evans as Wrong Eddie's Bride Grady Sutton as The Wrong Eddie C. Montague Shaw as Wrong Eddie's Father Billy Gilbert as Mr. Hathaway George Marshall as Pierre (uncredited)


The Canfield and McKay families have been feuding for so long, no one remembers the reason the feud started in the first place! One stormy night in 1810, family patriarch John McKay and his rival James Canfield kill each other. After the tragic death of her husband, John's wife decides her son Willie will not suffer the same fate. She moves to New York to live with her sister, who after the mother's death raises him without telling him of the feud. Twenty years later, Willie receives a letter informing him that his father's estate is now his. His aunt tells him of the feud, but he decides to return to his Southern birthplace anyway to claim his inheritance. On the train ride, he meets a girl, Virginia. They are shy to each other at first, but become acquainted during many train mishaps. At their destination, she is greeted by her father and two brothers; she, it turns out, is a Canfield. Willie innocently asks one of the brothers where the McKay estate is. The brother offers to show him the way, but stops at every shop in search of a pistol to shoot the unsuspecting Willie. By the time he obtains one, Willie has wandered off. 

DVD-R has English intertitles with no subtitles. Approx. 75 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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In 1917, Stan and Ollie are drafted into the American Expeditionary Force to fight in World War I. Their ineptitude during basic training antagonizes the drill sergeant and they are assigned to kitchen duties. When they ask the cook where they should put the garbage cans, he sarcastically tells them to take them to the general. They take him at his word and put them in the general's private dining room. The cook, who is thrown in the stockade with them, curses their "snitching" and threatens them with violence after they are released. They escape his wrath, when they are shipped to the trenches in France. Serving close to the front line, they befriend soldier Eddie Smith, who receives a Dear John letter from his wife. When Eddie is killed in action, the boys determine to rescue Eddie's daughter from her brutal foster father and deliver her to Eddie's parents. 

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 46 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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