Five more hilarious silent shorts featuring the one and only Charley Chase are included in this compilation. Charley finds out his bride-to-be has an artificial leg, in "His Wooden Wedding" (1925). Then, "Isn't Life Terrible?" (1925) for Charley when he wins a cruise in a pen-selling contest but the boat turns out to a floating shipwreck; he has a hard time explaining to his already jealous wife why there's a woman passed out in his bedroom, in "Innocent Husbands" (1925). Next, a cynophobic Chase is trapped inside a phone booth by a persistent pooch, in "Dog Shy" (1926). And, Oliver Hardy co-stars as a cab driver who interrupts Charley's fundraising play to collect his fare, in "Bromo and Juliet" (1926). 112 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: music score; bonus shorts "Shine 'Em Up" (1922), "A Charley Chase Biography" (2004). Silent with music score.