TV-G | | Short, Comedy
Roscoe tries to dump his wife so he can enjoy the beach attractions. Buster arrives with Alice who is taken away from him by Al who loses her to Roscoe. Bathing beauties and Keystone Kops abound.
The Witching Waves ride consisted of a large oval course with a flexible metal floor. The floor itself did not move but an undulating wave, produced by hidden reciprocating levers, propelled two seated scooter-style cars which could be steered by the riders. It was invented by the same man who also invented the revolving door, Theophilus Van Kannel.
The ride can also be seen in the silent movie "Speedy" starring Harold Lloyd.
Put this man in the same cell with me.
When the cop loses his uniform and runs out of the cell, he races around a low barricade that surrounds the sergeant's desk. When he grabs it as he speeds around, the barricade lifts off of the floor momentarily, showing that it is not attached to the floor.
In 2005, Laughsmith Entertainment, Inc. copyrighted a 25-minute version of this film, with a new piano music score composed and performed by Philip Carli.