In this Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle and Buster Keaton's fourteenth and last film together, Fatty, and his willing assistant, Buster, work as automotive mechanics who double as fearless volunteer firemen. During one fateful day--as a neglectful customer discovers the virtue of tipping, and Buster gets to know better Luke the Dog's mighty mandible--an ambitious Casanova who dreams of dating the boss' daughter, Molly, finds himself in an awful predicament. All of a sudden, a frantic fire starts devouring the fire station. Who is behind the firehouse's inexplicable arson?
Fifteen fat laughs with Fatty!
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Did You Know?
A contemporary review in the trade paper "Harrison's Reports" criticised the product placement of the logo of Red Crown Gasoline, which is clearly shown in the film. This is believed to be the earliest extant example of a critical review of product placement in movie history,. Although not mentioned in the review, the film also prominently displays signs for Zeroline oils and greases which, along with Red Crown Gasoline, were all manufactured by the Standard Oil Company. See more
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Molly - Rube's Daughter
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