He changed the look of movie comedy and was one of Charlie Chaplin's inspirations. Now you can laugh at the work of French slapstick artiste Max Linder with this three-film compilation. Linder fears a broken mirror will lead to "Seven Years Bad Luck" (1921); he must win over his girlfriend's disapproving aunt in "Be My Wife" (1921); and Max spoofs Alexandre Dumas in the swashbuckling satire "The Three Must-Get-Theres" (1922). 175 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: music score; bonus short "Max Wants a Divorce" (1917). Silent with music score.