The Old Fashioned Way (1934)
The Great McGonigle’s traveling theatrical troupe are staying at a boarding house. They are preparing to put on a production of “The Drunkard” (and do so during this movie). Cleopatra Pepperday puts up money for the show provided she can have a part (“Here comes the prince!”). Little Albert Wendelschaffer torments McGonigle all through lunch (“How can you hurt a watch by dipping it in molasses?”). In spite of being pursued by several sheriffs, McGonigle is able to keep going and see his daughter Betty happily married.