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Brotherly Love ()


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Oscar, a tough guard at Newberry Prison, gets into an argument with Jerry, a smallish barber. He causes Jerry to be arrested as a fugitive, and gets him sent to Newberry. It's not long before both men fall in love with Mary, the daughter... See more »

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Oscar
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Jerry
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Mary
Richard Carlyle ...
Warden Brown
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Coggswell
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Mrs. Coggswell

Directed by

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Charles Reisner

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Earl Baldwin ... (writer)
 
Robert E. Hopkins ... (titles)
 
Lew Lipton ... (writer)
 
Patterson Margoni ... (story "Big-Hearted Jim")

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Henry Sharp

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George Hively

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Cedric Gibbons

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Henrietta Frazer

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Plot Summary

Oscar, a tough guard at Newberry Prison, gets into an argument with Jerry, a smallish barber. He causes Jerry to be arrested as a fugitive, and gets him sent to Newberry. It's not long before both men fall in love with Mary, the daughter of the warden. Oscar gets Jerry put on the prison football team, where he is the smallest guy there, figuring that he will look like a fool in front of Mary and then she will pick Oscar. However, things don't turn out quite the way Oscar planned. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Taglines They had to keep them out of this jail. it had football games, glee clubs, no work, loads of fun. You're sentenced to continuous hard laughter (Print Ad-Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, ((Saskatoon, Sask.)) 28 September 1929) See more »
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Also Known As
  • Amor fraternal (Uruguay)
  • Reformfængslet (Denmark)
  • Broderkjærlighet (Norway)
  • Amor Fraternal (Portugal)
  • Camaradagem (Brazil)
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  • 67 min
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Trivia A print of this film survives in the UCLA Film and Television Archives. See more »

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