This volume contains seven of Chaplin's legendary early films as follows:
The New Janitor
Charlie becomes a janitor only to be fired when he drops a pail of water on his boss' head. As he departs he hears a secretary's pleas for help... he saves the damsel in distress and thwarts a robbery.
The Rival Mashers aka Those Love Pangs
Charlie, intent on getting a girlfriend, finds that other men resent his attempts to steal their sweethearts. He attempts to drown himself but is rescued. He goes to the movies and finally wins the interest of two girls, but when he falls asleep, the girls slip away.
Musical Tramp aka His Musical Career
Charlie is a piano mover assigned to deliver a piano and repossess another, but Charlie mixes them up and delivers the piano to the bad debtor and attempts to remove a piano from a millionaire's home. When this is protested, Charlie pushes the piano into a lake.
A Fair Exchange aka Getting Acquainted
Charlie is back in a park, accompanied by his formidable wife, Mrs Sniffles. Mabel (Normand) is also in the park with her husband Ambrose. Charlie is attracted to Mabel while the jealous Ambrose is attracted to Mrs Sniffles. It's a fair exchange.
His New Job
Charlie goes to a film studio to get a job. He doesn't get hired but wanders through the studio and is mistaken for a property man and is put to work. Later, he fills in for the lead actor and his blunders ruin the whole film... it will never be finished.
A Night Out
Charlie and Ben Turpin have been trying to drink the town dry. When Charlie returns to his hotel, he's so drunk that he doesn't know where he is and walks up to the front desk and drinks the ink. Hi-jinks continue as Charlie tries to get to his room.
Charlie and his bulldog are very hungry. Out of pure hunger Charlie applies for the job of a sparing partner for a champion prize fighter. He beats the champ, because of a lucky ho