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HISTORY

Penrod and Sam was a sequel to Penrod (1922, see entry).
       Flora Finch reportedly made an uncredited appearance.
       Among the cast were African-American child actors who were part of the group of friends.
       A tinted copy of Penrod and Sam was streamed online during the 39th Annual Pordenone Silent Film Festival on 9 Oct 2020. ...

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Penrod and Sam was a sequel to Penrod (1922, see entry).
       Flora Finch reportedly made an uncredited appearance.
       Among the cast were African-American child actors who were part of the group of friends.
       A tinted copy of Penrod and Sam was streamed online during the 39th Annual Pordenone Silent Film Festival on 9 Oct 2020.

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DETAILS
Release Date:
18 June 1923
Production Date:

Copyright Info
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Date
Copyright Number
18 June 1923
LP19118
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,275
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Penrod and Sam, two inseparable boys, organize a secret society and exclude Georgie Bassett and Rodney Bitts from the fraternity. When the lot on which the boys play is sold by Penrod's father to Mr. Bitts, Rodney refuses to allow Penrod to play there. Penrod is griefstricken because his pet dog, which recently died, is buried on the lot. Penrod's father sees his son's distress, buys back the lot, and gives it to ...

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Penrod and Sam, two inseparable boys, organize a secret society and exclude Georgie Bassett and Rodney Bitts from the fraternity. When the lot on which the boys play is sold by Penrod's father to Mr. Bitts, Rodney refuses to allow Penrod to play there. Penrod is griefstricken because his pet dog, which recently died, is buried on the lot. Penrod's father sees his son's distress, buys back the lot, and gives it to Penrod.

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

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