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  • Release: 1932-10-05
  • Director: James W. Horne
  • Writers: George Stevens , J.A. Howe
  • Language: English
  • Stars: James Gleason (I) (1882–1959) , Bobby ‘Wheezer’ Hutchins , Anita Garvin , Frank Austin , Billy Gilbert , Fred Kelsey
  • Runtime: 20 min
  • Awards: N/A
  • AKA: Yoo-Hoo , Yoo-Hoo (United States of America)
  • Plot: Rough-hewn line man James Gleason rescues Bobby Hutchins from the cruel orphan farm manager and with the connivance of Anita Garvin, keeps him out of the hands of the authorities.Looking at this Universal short, you'd think that it was a Hal Roach production. Not only Miss Garvin and Wheezer Hutchins, but Frank Austen, Billy Gilbert and Fred Kelsey in front of the camera, but James Horne directing from a script by George Stevens and J.A. Howe, and Len Powers as the cameraman. Blame Henry Ginsberg, another genius you've never heard of. In order to secure his loans, Hal Roach had to install bank manager Ginsberg as his right-hand man, and his brilliant idea was to cut costs by firing as many people as he could. Warren Doane, who was also fired, went over to Universal, hired these people and put together a unit to produce some solid short subjects.It didn't last. The unit busted up, a few of them went back to Roach, Stevens went to RKO and eventual fame, and the rest went independent and did very nicely for themselves. And Ginsberg's destruction is forgotten now.
  • IMDB:tt0023715
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