Alice Howell was one of the great female clowns of the silent screen, and starred in her own very popular series of comedy shorts for different studios from 1915-1925. Her hilarious onscreen persona of a slightly addled working-class girl combined feminine delicacy with out-and-out slapstick rough-house. Alice Howell is relatively unknown today, as a majority of her films are lost. This 2-disc DVD set presents, for the first time, a comprehensive selection of Howell's surviving comedies for fans of classic and silent film comedy to discover and enjoy. The 12 films on this set have been digitally restored from rare archival prints and feature new musical scores by Ben Model. DVD produced and released by Undercrank Productions, in association with the Library of Congress. Region-free. // DISC ONE - Shot In The Excitement (1914), Father Was a Loafer (1915), Under New Management (1915), How Stars Are Made (1916), Neptune's Naughty Daughter (1917), In Dutch (1918); DISC TWO - Distilled Love (1920), His Wooden Legacy (1920), Her Lucky Day (1920), Cinderella Cinders (1920), A Convict's Happy Bride (1920), Under A Spell (1925).