|Daily Ardmoreite, 03-March-1921|
100 years ago this month, Roscoe Arbuckle participated in a publicity stunt, standing on the chest of Tom Cameroni, who claimed to be the world's toughest man, while Cameroni lay shirtless on a bed of nails. Cameroni was not damaged.
|Bonner's Ferry Herald, 29-March-1921|
The Rex Theater in Bonner's Ferry, Idaho had a number of thrilling programs coming up, which included "Moonshine," one of Roscoe's short comedies for Comique.
|Great Falls Tribune, 12-March-1921|
Roscoe's feature film Brewster's Millions was playing at the Sexton in Great Falls, Montana. "The best picture Arbuckle ever made."
|Indiana Daily Times, 26-March-1921|
Roscoe's latest feature, The Dollar a Year Man played a full week at the Isis Theater in Indianapolis. The coin reads "In Laughs We Bust."
|Moving Picture World, 04-July-1914|