With Larry Semon Productions (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. The Sawmill (1922)
25 min | Short, Comedy
A bumbling sawmill employee tries to win the hand of the owner's daughter while staying out of the clutches of the mill's bullying foreman.
2. Stop, Look and Listen (1926)
Passed | Action, Adventure, Comedy
Luther Meek, a young, goofy citizen of a small town, foils the manager of a stranded theatrical troupe from robbing the local bank and escaping with the loot, and wins the hand of the troupe's fair leading-lady in the process.
3. The Show (II) (1922)
Passed | 20 min | Comedy, Short
A harried propman backstage at a theater must put up with malfunctioning wind machines, roosters that spit nitroglycerine, and a gang planning to rob the theater's payroll.
4. Kid Speed (1924)
18 min | Comedy, Short, Action
Avery DuPoise is a wealthy business man, organising a race. He meets one the competitors of the race, who is in love with DuPoises daughter. Another competitor crashes into the action, who ... See full summary »
5. The Bakery (1921)
Well-meaning but accident-prone bakery employee Larry is involved in numerous slapstick mishaps on the job. After accidentally causing the bakery owner to fall into a vat of cake batter ... See full summary »
11. No Wedding Bells (1923)
Larry arrives at his girlfriend's house to ask her father for her hand in marriage. Her father, who is in the middle of winning a chess game for the first time in 20 years, immediately ... See full summary »
14. The Bell Hop (1921)
Not Rated | 20 min | Comedy, Short
A government official staying in a hotel puts some important secret papers in the hotel safe. A ring of spies out to get the papers manages to steal them from the safe, and a lady ... See full summary »
16. Horseshoes (1923)
A boxer offers $50 to anyone who can stay in the ring with him for an entire minute. Larry, through a series of mix-ups--including hitting the boxer in the face with a tomato--winds up in ... See full summary »
21. Spuds (1927)
In France during World War I, an army payroll car containing $250,000 turns up missing. A GI, nicknamed "Spuds" because of his prowess at peeling potatoes, discovers that it was stolen by ... See full summary »