Just Neighbors (1919)
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Suburban neighbors (Lloyd and Pollard) join together to build a garden shed, but through carelessness, wind up ruining the garden, as well as the laundry, which is drying in the yard. Further mayhem ensues when chickens are set loose.
A married young man with a dog and his married next door neighbor with two young children - the two men who are best friends - are trying to catch the train from the city to their home deep in the suburbs, obstacle after obstacle which is jeopardizing the young man's ability to catch that train. Once home, the young man is hoping to place the plants he is bringing from the city in his glass covered garden bed, while the neighbor is wanting to build a chicken coop for the two chicken he also brought from the city. As the neighbors, along with the wives, children and dog, go about their business, largely in their respective back yards, they all get into one altercation after another which threatens their friendship and good neighbor relationship. Is there anything that can bring their respective relationships back to that of good neighbors?
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