Best Comedy Movies of 1921
Ducks and Drakes
A spoiled rich young woman overspends from her parents' savings and ruthlessly vamps on young men that she calls up randomly on the telephone. When her fiancée and his friends get word of this, they hatch a plan to teach her a valuable lesson.
Shenanigans at a small town movie theater.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
In 1921, a young man, having read Mark Twain's classic novel of the same title, dreams that he himself travels to King Arthur's court, where he has similar adventures and outwits his foes by means of very modern inventions including motorcycles and nitroglycerine.
An oil heir and the daughter of a social climbing family are set to marry.
All Dolled Up
The department store clerk Mary prevents a robbery at the store where she works, involving a necklace belonging to a rich unmarried woman named Eva Bandy. Later, she manages via a misunderstanding to prevent a million-dollar robbery of the same woman. With the man of her dreams, who helped her foil the robberies, she is "adopted" by Eva.
Just in Time
In this one, Snooky is the chauffeur for a family -- the family's children are played by the unknown child actors of A TRAY FULL OF TROUBLE. He is fired for smoking on the job and heads off, where he succors some scampish children who have fallen afoul of a gypsy.
A Message from Mars