Not Rated | | Comedy, Short
The beach front house, where Fatty and Mabel live, has been "launched" out to sea by the villains. When Fatty and Mabel arise, they find the beds floating in a sea of water.
Full Of Hope And Freckles
The opening credits site Teddy the Keystone Dog as appearing in the film although it is in fact Luke (dog of Roscoe Arbuckle and Minta Durfee) who appears in the film.
In the 1960s, Castle Films released a truncated version of this film to the pre-VCR home market under the title Concrete Biscuits. Running approximately 5 minutes, the film features the famous hard biscuits scene and ends with Fatty and his dog chasing a man down the beach.