As a joke, several members of the gang convince Farina, who is "brave but superstitious", that he's caused the demise of a young acquaintance and must therefore lay the body (actually still very alive) to rest in the old burying ground, under the watchful eye of "the graveyard witch". The joke backfires spectacularly on the pranksters. Written by
Peter W. Many, Jr. (PMSusana)
Did You Know?
The date of release: Saturday, January 14th, 1928, was one day after superstition day (to some), "Friday, the 13th". See more