Snub Pollard and his friend are clearly under their wives thumbs. But his grandfather turns up and tells them to assert themselves, which they do. Her father is not impressed.
Directors: Charley Chase (as Charles Parrott), Alfred J. Goulding (as Alf Goulding)
Produced Hal Roach
Stars: ‘Snub’ Pollard, Marie Mosquini, Eddie Boland
After directing him as the title character in Huckleberry Finn, William Desmond Taylor again used boy actor Lewis Sargent in this picture. His character, known merely as “the boy,” has been raised in an orphanage where he has caused as much trouble as possible. He finally can’t stand living there anymore and runs away. On the streets he finds a friend in Mike (Ernest Butterworth), a newsboy. Mike teaches him how to survive but inevitably the boy gets hauled into court. However, the judge sees potential in him and hands him over to be adopted by a young politician. The judge, incidentally, is played by Judge Ben Lindsey, who was famous in his day for his efforts to give delinquent boys a decent chance in life.
Director: William Desmond Taylor
Screenplay: Julia Crawford Ivers
Producer: William Desmond Taylor
Cinematography: James Van Trees
Cast: Lewis Sargent, Lila Lee, Clyde Fillmore, Grace Morse, Ernest Butterworth Jr.
This movie has English subtitles
A Chinese opium dealer takes revenge on Westerners who have corrupted his wife.
Director: Robert Reinert
Writer: Robert Reinert
Stars: Eduard von Winterstein, Sybill Morel, Werner Krauss