B&W : Two reels
Directed by Hal Roach
Cast: Harold Lloyd [the boy], Mildred Davis [the girl], Noah Young [the agitation], Jackie Morgan (Jack Morgan) [the disturbance], Jackie Edwards (Jack Edwards) [the annoyance], Marie Mills [Magnolia], William Gillespie [the brother-in-law], Roy Brooks [the man the the chauffeured car], Wallace Howe [the man attacked by a burglar], Hal Berg, Leo Booth, H.W. Bradley, Evelyn Burns, Dorothy Cassil, Al Caulkins, Joe Clark, Barney Crozier, Stan Daley, Irene De Voss, Frank Dolan, Howard Johnson, Baby José, James T. Kelley, J.A. Kennedy, Charles King, J.A. Kuster, M.S. Lacey, Gaylord Lloyd, Chris Lynton, Tex Marcell, Jack O’Brien, Lee Phelps, William Reynolds, Jack Russell, Edgar Sherrod, Gertrude Starr, M.E. Stimson, L.E. Stone, H.B. Suttie, Joseph White, Vera White, Grace Wood, Celesta Zimlick
Hal Roach Studios, Incorporated, production; distributed by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated. / Scenario by Hal Roach. Produced by Hal Roach. / Released 11 September 1921. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format. / The film was originally previewed in three reels; the first reel was removed and the film was released. The film was rereleased in 1923 by Associated Exhibitors, Incorporated, through Pathé Exchange, Incorporated. [?] Braff-Short n. 11028 lists the director as Sam Taylor.
Survival status: Print exists in the Museum of Modern Art film archive.
Current rights holder: Public domain.
Listing updated: 4 September 2014.
References: Braff-Short n. 11028; Brownlow-Parade p. 464; Lahue-World p. 131 : Photoplay-192306 p. 9 : Website-Lloyd : with additional information provided by Jane Kahramanidis.
Home video: DVD.