Synopsis by Hal Erickson
This Anglo-American co-production was originally released in London under the title Me and Me Moke. The title refers to costermonger (street peddler) Labby (Hubert Willis) and his faithful mule Lancelot. This relationship in itself could hardly be expected to fill an hour's worth of screen time, so a main plot was developed involving Labby and his long-suffering wife Mammy (Sidney Fairbrother). Combining humor, romance, and pathos, Me and Me Moke was typical of the sort of fare turned out in England in the days of "please one viewer, please all" uniformity. The film was released in America by Vitagraph, a company with long-standing British connections.