Four more Mack Sennett silent comedy classics are here to tickle your funny bone! None other than Charles Chaplin stars in and directs "Dough and Dynamite" (1914), where a baker's apprentice gets flirtatious when he takes over the shop; an infidelity leads to "Ambrose's Fury" (1915) in this beachside farce starring Mack Swain and Louise Fazenda; Chester Conklin gets mixed up in international intrigue, in "Cannon Ball" (1915); and a shotgun wedding interferes with a womanizer's plans, in "The Pride of Pikeville" (1927), starring Ben Turpin. 81 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: music score. Silent with music score. Plays All Regions.