Saving a dog from the pound gets a man mixed up in murder.
A tailor's handyman burns a count's trousers while ironing them and is fired. His superior discovers a note explaining the count can't attend a party, and dresses up like one to take his place. Chaplin also goes to the residence hosting the party, but runs into the tailor. They both then struggle to win the fair maiden, Miss Moneybags. Charlie is soon distracted by a gypsy girl and the tailor must fend off other suitors. The real Count finally arrives, learns of the imposters and calls the police.
Halifax, West Yorkshire, England, 1832. Anne Lister attempts to revitalize her inherited home, Shibden Hall. Most notably for the time period, a part of her plan is to help the fate of her own family - by taking a wife.
Prim’s father is accused of doing something wrong and is put in jail. He was like a governor of a small town. This town was not really ruled by the governor but by this big mob guy. Prim’s dad was in the way so he wanted to get rid of him. Warit becomes the new governor. Prim pretends to be a boy and becomes a worker at Warit’s house. He’s not really fond of gay people so he makes sure that she’s not gay cause to him she looks like a girl. She tells him that she is the unlawful son of the governor and wants his help to help her dad get out of jail. He agrees to help by getting closer to Best the mob guys daughter. He also finds himself falling in love with Prim in form of a boy so he thinks that he’s becoming a gay. Finally he accepts it and tells her[in form of a boy] that he loves her and they become a couple. He wants her to have a sex change. Anyway he married Best to get closer to the truth. Until in the end Best and her father die. Prim’s dad is let out and he finds out that she’s a girl. He is mad that she lied but he still thinks about her. She comes to him and tries to get his forgiveness but he brushed her off. She gets on the bus in disappointment. He realizes that he needs her and rides his motorcycle and stops it in front of her bus. She thought that the bus hit him and begins to cry. Then out of the ditch he came walking towards her and they hug.
How to Be a Gentleman, inspired by the book of the same name, is a comedy about the unlikely friendship between a traditional, refined writer and an unrefined personal trainer. Andrew Carlson (David Hornsby) is an etiquette columnist whose devotion to ideals from a more civilized time has lead to a life detached from modern society. Infectiously optimistic, Bert Lansing (Kevin Dillon) is a reformed "bad boy" from Andrew's past who inherited a fitness center, but can still be rude, loud and sloppy. When Andrew's editor, Jerry (Dave Foley), tells him to put a modern, sexy twist on his column or be fired, he hires Bert as a life coach in the hopes of learning to be less "gentle man" and more "real man."
Four men with complicated love lives refuse to admit they're getting older, and attempt to prove that forty is the new thirty!
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