For reasons unknown, the now-forgotten two-reel comedies from the Moon film company were deemed worthy of notice by Variety. The first of the Moon releases was No Money, No Fun, in which a layabout nephew tries to float a loan from his wealthy uncle. The old man refuses, then leaves town on business. In the Uncle's absence, the hero turns his family estate into a boarding house, merrily collecting rents and flirting with the female tenants. The party's over when the Uncle returns unexpectedly. Curiously, the Variety reviewer failed to mention the names of the actors in this cheap little time-filler.
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