Social Error (May 1, 1935)

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Social Error
 

Released on May 1, 1935: A wealthy college boy who has just been kicked out of school for being a troublemaker thinks he sees a young heiress being kidnapped, so he follows her and tries to rescue her.

Produced by William Berke

Directed by Harry L. Fraser

The Actors: David Sharpe (Eddie Bentley Jr.), Gertrude Messinger (June Merton), Monte Blue (Dean Carter), Lloyd Hughes (Attorney Johnson), Sheila Terry (Sonia), Fred 'Snowflake' Toones (Shadow), Fred Kohler Jr. (Jackson), Matty Fain (Louie), Joseph W. Girard (Edward Bentley Sr.), Earl Dwire (Mr. Merton), Ted Adams (June's bodyguard Haggerty), Ed Cassidy (café owner), Mickey Daniels (Eddie's college pal), William Desmond (policeman), Ruth Findlay (café waitress), Robert Frazer (telephone man), Lloyd Ingraham (apartment tenant frying a steak), Chuck Morrison (Jake), Jack Rutherford (police desk sergeant), Roger Williams (June's bodyguard Larrabee)

 

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Jewel Thieves and Rich Kids

Yakima Cannutt was a cowboy rodeo stuntman in Hollywood and one of John Wayne’s best friends. Yakima and John Wayne were in an early cowboy movie and they had a fight scene coming up. They practiced the fight one evening and imagined where the camera would be as they fought. They discovered a way to place their bodies in front of the camera a certain way and throw a punch that would appear to the camera to have hit it’s mark, but the fist would miss the chin by several inches. That technique is still used today in fight scenes. Yakima Cannutt later worked with a young athlete who was doing stunt work and Yakima taught the young fellow how to safely do the stunts needed for the movies. That young fellow was David Sharpe, the hero in this crime comedy. David Sharpe does his own stunts in this adventure, and he also appeared in over 4,500 movies between 1922 and 1978, making David Sharpe the actor who has so far appeared in more motion pictures than any other person. He stunt doubled for actors that included Marlon Brando, Alan Ladd, Tyrone Power, Tony Curtis, and both Douglas Fairbanks Sr. and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. On one movie David did a rehearsal for a stunt that the director secretly filmed and used in the movie. David was so upset that from that day until his final appearance, during any rehearsal he would have a big fat cigar in his mouth so that the rehearsal could never be used in the finished movie. David’s leading lady in this adventure is Gertrude Messinger, who happened to be his real-life wife. They had a daughter before their divorce a year after this movie in 1936. There must have been something about the Messinger girls that David couldn’t live without because thirty years later, in 1965, David would marry Gertrude’s sister Margaret.

In this crime comedy David is a rich college kid who loves to get into trouble, and it isn’t long before he and his valet are kicked out of college. As David is going to the bank to grab enough money to get him and his valet back home, he thinks he sees a young girl being kidnapped . . . . For a brash young college boy who thinks he is invincible there is no hesitation as he and his valet grab a taxi cab and ‘follow that car’ carrying the young girl who was grabbed off of the street. This leads to that and David will capture jewel thieves and of course end up with the young girl, but on the way he will fall off of a tall building, juggle dinner plates, climb the walls of his college dorm and do some pretty intense fist fighting . . . . Just the way Yakuma Cannutt taught him. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

David Sharpe, Gertrude Messinger and Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
David Sharpe, Gertrude Messinger and Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
Chuck Morrison
Chuck Morrison
David Sharpe
David Sharpe
David Sharpe and Fred Toones
David Sharpe and Fred Toones
David Sharpe and Fred Toones
David Sharpe and Fred Toones
David Sharpe and Gertrude Messinger
David Sharpe and Gertrude Messinger
David Sharpe, Monte Blue and Fred Toones
David Sharpe, Monte Blue and Fred Toones
David Sharpe and Monte Blue
David Sharpe and Monte Blue
David Sharpe carries Gertrude Messinger
David Sharpe carries Gertrude Messinger
David Sharpe
David Sharpe
Earl Dwire and Joseph W. Girard
Earl Dwire and Joseph W. Girard
Ed Cassidyand Ruth Findlay
Ed Cassidyand Ruth Findlay
Fred Kohler Jr.
Fred Kohler Jr.
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
Fred Toones and David Sharpe
Fred Toones and David Sharpe
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
Fred Toones
Fred Toones
Fred Toones and Gertrude Messinger
Fred Toones and Gertrude Messinger
Gertrude Messinger
Gertrude Messinger
Gertrude Messinger and David Sharpe
Gertrude Messinger and David Sharpe
Gertrude Messinger and Sheila Terry
Gertrude Messinger and Sheila Terry
Gertrude Messinger, Ted Adams and Earl Dwire
Gertrude Messinger, Ted Adams and Earl Dwire
Gertrude Messinger
Gertrude Messinger
Jack Rutherford
Jack Rutherford
Joseph W. Girard and Ted Adams
Joseph W. Girard and Ted Adams
Joseph W. Girard
Joseph W. Girard
Lloyd Hughes and Jack Rutherford
Lloyd Hughes and Jack Rutherford
Lloyd Ingraham
Lloyd Ingraham
Lloyd Ingraham
Lloyd Ingraham
Matty Fain
Matty Fain
Matty Fain
Matty Fain
Mickey Daniels and David Sharpe
Mickey Daniels and David Sharpe
Monte Blue
Monte Blue
Monte Blue and Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
Monte Blue and Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
Monte Blue
Monte Blue
Roger Williams and David Sharpe
Roger Williams and David Sharpe
Roger Williams and Gertrude Messinger
Roger Williams and Gertrude Messinger
Roger Williams
Roger Williams
Sheila Terry and Matty Fain
Sheila Terry and Matty Fain