The star of this Selig one-reeler was Fred Walton, one of the first film actors to receive screen billing. The setting is a men's club, where "Mr. Four Flush" regales his colleagues with colorful tales of his worldwide exploits. As he prattles on, the film flashes back to his many adventures. The fact that most of these recollections are outright lies is readily obvious to the audience -- but not, apparently, to the gullible clubmen. The basic premise of Mr. Four Flush would still be viable in the 1960s, as witness the TV cartoon series The World of Commander McBragg.
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