That Little Band of Gold
Fatty weds Mabel though, unfortunately, married life is a bit of a letdown for her since she's stuck at home while he goes galavanting drunkenly around town at all hours. When he reluctantly takes her and Mother out to the opera, his boorish behavior attracts the whole audience's attention. Worse, he slips out to squire two available tootsies with pal Ford Sterling, another errant husband. When she's tipped off, this time it's Mabel's turn to make a public scene and it's "all over but the alimony." Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle directed this "farce comedy," one of nearly twenty shorts on which he'd work both behind and in front of the camera in 1915 alone.