The Japanese film archivist, Toshihiko Sasayama, discovered the last ten minutes of this long-lost film in February 2020. He bought the 16mm print from an antiques dealer in Aichi Prefecture, and later, with the help of a Japanese classic film researcher, Junko Iio, and an American silent film historian, Steve Massa, he learned what movie the reel had come from.

Irving Berlin's Stop! Look! Listen! opened at the Globe Theater (New York) on December 25, 1915 and ran for 105 performances.

Oliver "Babe" Hardy's last of 26 collaborations with Larry Semon.

In February, 2020, Japanese film archivist, Toshihiko Sasayama, discovered the last reel of Stop, Look and Listen (1926) amongst a cache of 16 mm films he acquired from an antique dealer in the Aichi Prefecture.