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Release Date:
26 November 1922 (USA) See more »
Five Reels of Laughter
Country Doctor, Jack Jackson is called in to treat the Sick-Little-Well-Girl, who has been making Dr... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Harold Lloyd ... Dr. 'Jack' Jackson

Mildred Davis ... The Sick-Little-Well-Girl

John T. Prince ... Charles F. Haskell - The Girl's Father

Eric Mayne ... Dr. Ludwig von Saulsbourg
C. Norman Hammond ... Jamison - the Lawyer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jackie Condon ... Boy's Pal (uncredited)

Mickey Daniels ... Boy Patient (uncredited)
Richard Daniels ... Man (uncredited)

William Gillespie ... Man Playing Cards (uncredited)
Wallace Howe ... Asylum Guard (uncredited)

James T. Kelley ... Card-Playing Father (uncredited)
'Auntie' Mackay ... Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
Florence Mayon ... Card Player's Daughter (uncredited)
Oscar Morgan ... Undetermined Seconary Role (uncredited)

Charles Stevenson ... Asylum Guard (uncredited)
Anna Townsend ... Jamison's Mother (uncredited)

Dorothy Vernon ... Restaurant Hostess (uncredited)
Joy Winthrop ... Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)

Directed by
Fred C. Newmeyer  (as Fred Newmeyer)
Sam Taylor (uncredited)
Writing credits
Hal Roach (story) &
Sam Taylor (story) and
Jean C. Havez (story) (as Jean Havez)

H.M. Walker (titles)

Thomas J. Crizer  uncredited

Produced by
Suzanne Lloyd Hayes .... executive producer: 2002 video edition (as Suzanne Lloyd)
Jeffrey Vance .... producer: 2002 video edition
Hal Roach .... producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Robert Israel (2002)
Cinematography by
Walter Lundin (photographed by)
Film Editing by
Thomas J. Crizer (edited by) (as T.J. Crizer)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Robert A. Golden .... assistant director
Music Department
Robert Israel .... conductor (2002)
Robert Israel .... music arranger (2002)
Other crew
Hal Roach .... prescribes
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59 min (Harold Lloyd Entertainment release)
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
USA:Passed (National Board of Review) | USA:TV-G (TV rating)

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Continuity: At the restaurant, after ordering, Dr. Jack puts the menu down on the table twice between shots - first with his left hand, then with his right.See more »
The Sick-Little-Well-Girl:Oh! Isn't it thrilling? My heart is going bumpety-bump!
Dr. 'Jack' Jackson:You've never known excitement - Have you?
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5 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Weaker Lloyd's Silent Feature Still Enjoyable, 19 October 2000
Author: gelatoflo from Milan, Italy

DOCTOR JACK is one of Lloyd's weaker silent features, yet it's still quite funny. It does not have a tight structure, and focuses more on physical slapstick(which Lloyd is brilliant ), mixed with sentimental tales of how Dr. Jack `cures' patients with common sense and fun. This gives the film a curious mood inconsistency, maybe because melodrama and farce just don't melt together. However we get to see Lloyd performing some elegant acrobatic skills when he has to beat himself to create thrills for Mildred. The gag of the rug and the dog is very funny, too. Unfortunately, like many films at that time, this film contains some few inappropriate, slightly racist gags.

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