~The Agent~
~Plot Synopsis~
Larry Semon's second film under his new Vitagraph contract is already beginning to show the comic's
penchant for overspending on production -- the set includes an elaborate Mexican border town. In
this border town, Don Fusiloil (Oliver Hardy) runs a dance hall that illegally sells alcohol. Larry, a
federal agent, comes down to investigate and almost immediately runs afoul of the moonshiner who
is supplying Fusiloil. Meanwhile, a female agent (Lucille Carlisle) poses as one of the dance hall girls.
Larry tries unsuccessfully to blend in with his surroundings, and more through his own ineptitude
than anything else, finds out where the hooch is hidden. He and the girl wind up having to escape
from the bad guys. But it turns out that the whole predicament was a tall tale Larry has been relating
to Carlisle -- he is assuring her that situations like this one never happen in real life.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com
Directed by:
Tom Buckingham
Larry Semon

Written by:
Tom Buckingham
Larry Semon

Larry Semon ...  Federal Agent
Lucille Carlisle ...  Federal Agent, Undercover
Oliver Hardy ...  Don Fusiloil (as Babe Hardy)
Al Thompson
Kittie Rinehart
William Hauber
Robert McKenzie
Harry DeRoy
Alfred Wertz
Dan Maines
Joe Rock ...  Bit Role (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Larry Semon Productions (for)
Vitagraph Company of America

Distributed by: Vitagraph Company of America

Produced by: Larry Semon
Cinematography by: Hans F. Koenekamp
Art Direction by: Earl Olin
Assistant Directors: Jack Dawn & Joe Rock
Presenter: Albert E. Smith

Length: 2 Reels
Released: November 19, 1922