Jackie throws his schoolbook out the window in disgust, but then climbs outside to retrieve it. Finding himself locked out, he tries various means of getting back inside without his parents finding out. When his parents mistake his noises for a burglar, a local policeman is called, but he seems incompetent to catch either the phony burglar or the real one who has shown up in the meantime. Written by
Jim Beaver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
5 April 1930 (USA)
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Also Known As:
When the Wind Blows
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(Western Electric System)
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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Released in four versions with a different language spoken by the actors in each one: English, Spanish, French, and German. The new dialogue was not dubbed in; instead, each scene was shot four times, one take for each language. This process was helped with the aid of language tutors, blackboards placed out of camera range with the phonetic dialogue written on them, and the hiring of foreign actors for the incidental roles. This process was also used in the Little Rascals shorts The First Seven Years
(1930) and A Tough Winter
(1930). See more
Kennedy the cop tells the burglar, "One move and I'll blow your head off," with his mouth closed. See more
Henry, Jackie's Dad
[after giving Jack a spanking with his shoe
Son, this hurts me as much as it does you.
[rubbing his sore behind
Yeah, but not in the same place though.