Come and Get It (1929)

60 mins | Comedy, Mystery | 3 February 1929

Director:

Wallace W. Fox

Cinematographer:

Virgil E. Miller

Editor:

Della King

Production Company:

RKO Productions, Inc.
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HISTORY

The Var review mistakenly listed the film's title as Go and Get It ... More Less

The Var review mistakenly listed the film's title as Go and Get It . More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
17 Feb 1929.
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Variety
20 Feb 1929.
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DETAILS
Alternate Title:
Go and Get It
Release Date:
3 February 1929
Copyright Claimant:
F.B.O Productions, Inc.
Copyright Date:
10 January 1929
Copyright Number:
LP25995
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
60
Length(in feet):
5,164
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Breezy Smith, Navy lightweight boxing champion, is discharged from the service and, as he is leaving the docks, is attacked by Regan and Singapore Joe, a couple of crooks. Smith gets away from them, and the crooks trail him to his parents' home where Regan kills Judge Elliott, one of the Smith family's neighbors. Breezy's father is accused of the crime. Singapore Joe has a falling out with Regan and offers to get the goods on Regan in return for $1,000. Breezy wins the money in a prizefight and sees that Regan is brought to ... +


Breezy Smith, Navy lightweight boxing champion, is discharged from the service and, as he is leaving the docks, is attacked by Regan and Singapore Joe, a couple of crooks. Smith gets away from them, and the crooks trail him to his parents' home where Regan kills Judge Elliott, one of the Smith family's neighbors. Breezy's father is accused of the crime. Singapore Joe has a falling out with Regan and offers to get the goods on Regan in return for $1,000. Breezy wins the money in a prizefight and sees that Regan is brought to justice. +

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