How Fatty Made Good

(Vitagraph Company of America, 1913)

Fatty’s girlfriend Lucy has a wandering eye. When a dashing actor comes to town and captures Lucy’s attention, Fatty is at a loss for what to do until he happens to meet a boxer who has some advice for how to win back his girl.


Starring Hughey Mack and Lucille Lee
Directed by Ralph Ince




Image quality:



480p SD


10 minutes



This video is not available for individual purchase. It can only be had as part of the following video collections or DVDs:

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