Mickey sends Pluto to the butcher store. Butch sees this and contrives to take Pluto's sausage, ultimately using some of his fleas to distract Pluto long enough. Pluto manages to retrieve the prize and get it safely home, only to discover it's a birthday present for Butch
Nightclub singer Joan Gordon runs away from her gangster boyfriend to become a mail-order bride to a struggling North Dakota farmer. Their relationship has a rocky start, but just as Joan realizes she's developing feelings for her husband, her old boyfriend arrives to win her back.
A bumbling senator investigating graft in Louisiana is the target of a scheme involving a Viennese beauty.
An Oscar Nominated Theatre Day
A 1918 film directed by Charles Miller.
A kaleidoscopic history of the American heartland, nuclear weapons and the Native American genocide.
Uses first-person accounts from Missourians who went to the Fair in 1904, interviews with historians, archival motion pictures, and photographs to situate the St. Louis Fair in the social, political, and cultural context of American society in 1904. Covers American civilization at the turn of the century; the representation of history; authenticity; modernity; dress and body language; oral history and childhood memories; world fairs as experiences; and receiving information through visual symbols, words, and exhibits.