Two Mary Pickford comedies are presented. "Won By A Fish" (1912) is about a fisherman's luck in catching a huge fish. "Muggsy Becomes A Hero" (1910) is about a man who makes plans to take a walk with the woman of his dreams but gets sidetracked.
The 1910 Mary Pickford comedy, ”May and December,” has a young man who is mismatched with an older woman while a young woman is stuck with an older man. A 1909 D.W. Griffith comedy, “The Gibson Goddess,” features a beautiful Gibson Girl who tries to avoid a group of lovestruck men.
Burglars terrorize a family in the drama, “The Lonely Villa” (1909), with David Miles and Marion Leonard. Different approaches to diplomacy (and the lack of) is on display in the comedy, “When We Were In Our ’Teens” (1910), with Mary Pickford and Mack Sennett.