Enjoy five rare silent comedies in this delightful collection! Mack Sennett serves up some of his trademark hilarity in "Bombs and Brides" (1916), starring Charles Murray, Louise Fazenda, and Wayland Trask; part of the "Hey Fellas!" series, "The Tin Hoss" (1925) offers plenty of "Our Gang"-style laughs; "Daily Dozens" (1926) showcases the hijinks of "Joybell Players" Jack Cooper, Ethelyn Gibson, and Jack Richardson; there's "Injun Trouble" (1926) in this two-reel version of the 1926 Civil War comedy "Hands Up!" Raymond Griffith, Mack Swain star; and "Please Excuse Me" (1926), but Charles King and Constance make for a hilarious comedy couple in this delightful short. 119 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: music score. Silent with music score.