Most Popular Joe Rock Trailers
Total trailers found: 24
10 September 1937
A way of life is dying on a Shetland island fishing port, but some of the inhabitants resist evacuating to the mainland.
West of Hot Dog Trailer (1924)
30 December 1924
On his way to collect inheritance in the small town on Hot Dog, Stan gets robbed by highwaymen, one of which is the other person who shall attend the reading of their late Uncle's will.
Forbidden Territory Trailer (1934)
19 October 1934
Britisher Sir Charles Farrington and a son, Rex Farrington, arrive in a Russian Soviet territory searching for another Farrington son, Michael,who has been thrown into prison.
Everything Is Rhythm Trailer (1936)
01 January 1936
Based on the spectacular rise of bandleader and vaudevillian Harry Roy, this is the comic tale of a Ruritanian princess who elopes with a dance-band leader.
Cotton Queen Trailer (1937)
01 June 1937
The daughter of a mill-owner is sent undercover to the mill of a rival, where she gets mixed up in romantic antics.
The Sleuth Trailer (1925)
30 June 1925
American silent comedy film
Excuse My Glove Trailer (1936)
20 July 1936
A young man, whose main interest in life is stained glass, accidentally accepts a challenge to fight in a fair boxing booth.
01 October 1917
Larry Semon produces his take on a typical Keystone farce, the flirting-in-the-park routine, where pretty Florence Curtis is pursued by four typical Keystone types: the wealthy geezer, the moustachioed Italian, the derby-wearing tough and, of course, the big-footed cop… and here comes Larry, if not to save the day, at least to make us laugh.
Chop Suey Louie Trailer (1923)
26 March 1923
Joe Rock short comedy, also featuring Billie Rhodes and Frank Alexander.
Galloping Ghosts Trailer (1926)
01 January 1926
A comic frightfest featuring Ton o' Fun.
The Mechanic Trailer (1924)
01 April 1924
"The Mechanic" finds Jimmy Aubrey working at an auto service station. He obviously has no idea what he's doing and again and again, he messes up.
Hash and Havoc Trailer (1916)
04 December 1916
Half a Man Trailer (1925)
30 August 1925
Laurel plays Winchell McSweeney, whose fisherman parents forced him to leave home and make it on his own when they can no longer afford to keep supporting him.
Detained Trailer (1924)
01 October 1924
It's in prison that the bulk of this film takes place. A minor thrill gag in which Stan Laurel moves out of danger several times just before being caught: in one case he keeps sitting in an electric chair that is being tested, and in another, a fellow con who is escaping swings a pickax against a wall.
The Barnyard Trailer (1923)
11 June 1923
Larry Semon comedy for Vitagraph.
Captain Bill Trailer (1935)
08 November 1935
A barge operator helps a schoolteacher tackle a gang of criminals.
30 July 1925
Stan Laurel before Laurel and Hardy, in this "Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde"-inspired story, which was released 30 July 1925.
Pie-Eyed Trailer (1925)
29 March 1925
It's 3:00 AM at the Firewater Club, and Stanley has had more than enough to drink. When he tries to take over leading the orchestra, the manager - a former boxer - lets him know that he needs to restrain himself.
Hold Tight Trailer (1925)
15 November 1925
The baddies want Alyce Ardell's mine, which they know -- but she doesn't -- has just struck a rich vein.
The Stoker Trailer (1935)
01 January 1935
British comedy film directed by Leslie Pearce.
Somewhere In Wrong Trailer (1925)
29 January 1925
Stan plays a kind hearted tramp whose love goes un-requited in this sweet short film from 1925.
Navy Blue Days Trailer (1925)
29 May 1925
Stationed in a Latin American country, sailor Stan is lonely and wants company. He tries to get his Chief to bring him along to a dinner the Chief has been invited to, but the Chief wants nothing to do with Stan.
Gall and Golf Trailer (1917)
03 September 1917
Golf, we discover in this early Semon short, is a game that is played by striking a croquet ball with a hockey stick and seeing how many times it can hit Larry Semon.
Mandarin Mix-Up Trailer (1924)
29 August 1924
Stan Laurel plays a Chinese laundryman and he displays some good physical slapstick reminiscent of his days with the Karno troupe in England.