Appearing in "The Girl Who Fell"

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A man who quarrels with his lover and boards a ship to the jungle encounters the Inca goddess of reconciliation and, as a result of his adventure in the pyramid, returns to his lover and patches things up.

Appearing in "It's Harmless...I Think"

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A scientist in Africa picks up a Ju-Ju charm that he comes to learn belonged to a man who killed his wife and a witch doctor tells him that the charm will transfer the characteristics of the previous owner onto the present bearer. The scientist scoffs at this tale but finds himself awakened one evening by stepping on a floor tack holding a gun outside his wife's bedroom. He tosses the charm out the window and returns to his old self. Another scientist picks up the charm and overhears the researchers discussing the story in the office cafeteria and thinks to himself that he will prove the story is nonsense but later he finds himself going home to his wife with rage in his heart.

Appearing in "Spare Me, Please!"

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A spy attempts to gain the knowledge of what a scientist is working on by pretending that his henchmen come from the fourth dimension and are planning to invade so they want to know if the scientist's work involves any type of defense. The scientist sees through the charade and when they threaten him for the information he disappears revealing that the scientist is actually an inhabitant of the fourth dimension.

Appearing in "Quarantine!"

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Horace pretends to invent a time machine so he can live with his brother and his wife. At first the wife sticks up for Horace when he demonstrates the machine and it appears to work because Horace vanishes and reappears in an hour. The wife spreads the news to her friends and government agents show up worried that Horace may have returned from the future with a disease so they take him away to be placed in quarantine. Horace has invented details about the year 2000 so the brother and wife attempt to use the machine to obtain proof disease has been eradicated but they discover Horace's trickery. The brother wants to inform the authorities Horace lied about being able to journey to the year 2000 but the wife is angry Horace lied to them. She says they should let Horace decide whether he wants to admit he lied or not and she tells her husband she's glad she married him even though he only works as a department store clerk.

Appearing in "Handsome Harry's Wife!"

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Harry is plotting to poison his new wife in Rio but she slips a love potion in his drink and he swats the poisoned glass from her hand. Harry remains devoted to her ever after.

Appearing in "The Phantom of the Farm!"

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Synopsis for "The Phantom of the Farm!"

Two thieves attempt to rob a farmer and are prevented by an animated scarecrow.

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