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HISTORY

Copyright records have been followed in listing Harry Myers in the part of the chauffeur; most sources, however, list "Fat" Carr in that part, and one source lists Nat Carr.
       The George M. Cohan play also was the basis of a 1929 First National Pictures musical entitled Little Johnny Jones (See Entry). The 1929 version was directed by Mervyn LeRoy and starred Eddie Buzzell and Alice Day. ...

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Copyright records have been followed in listing Harry Myers in the part of the chauffeur; most sources, however, list "Fat" Carr in that part, and one source lists Nat Carr.
       The George M. Cohan play also was the basis of a 1929 First National Pictures musical entitled Little Johnny Jones (See Entry). The 1929 version was directed by Mervyn LeRoy and starred Eddie Buzzell and Alice Day.

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DETAILS
Release Date:
19 August 1923
Production Date:

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Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Warner Brothers Pictures
1 August 1923
LP19266
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,800 , 7,165
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Johnny Jones, an American jockey, is engaged by the Earl of Bloomsburg to ride Yankee Doodle in the English Derby. Robert Anstead, a crooked gentleman gambler, frames Johnny Jones as a thief, kidnaps Jones's sweetheart, Edith Smythe, and tries to sabotage the race. Jones vindicates himself, rescues Edith, and finishes the race ...

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Johnny Jones, an American jockey, is engaged by the Earl of Bloomsburg to ride Yankee Doodle in the English Derby. Robert Anstead, a crooked gentleman gambler, frames Johnny Jones as a thief, kidnaps Jones's sweetheart, Edith Smythe, and tries to sabotage the race. Jones vindicates himself, rescues Edith, and finishes the race first.

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Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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