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Happy-go-lucky Jim Fenton is in love with Miss Butterworth, the town milliner, who is taking care of little Harry Benedict while his father Paul, an inventor, is in the local insane asylum. Miss Butterworth convinces Jim that Belcher, one of the town's prominent citizens, has incarcerated Paul to steal the patents from his inventions. Jim breaks into the asylum and spirits away the enfeebled inventor......

  1. Clarence G. Badger

    Director

  2. James G. Holland

    Novel

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  1. Will Rogers

    Will Rogers

    Jim Fenton

  2. Irene Rich

    Irene Rich

    Miss Butterworth

  3. Lionel Belmore

    Lionel Belmore

    Belcher

  4. Raymond Hatton

    Raymond Hatton

    Paul Benedict

  5. Jimmy Rogers

    Jimmy Rogers

    Harry Benedict

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Jes' Call Me Jim

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Status Released

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  • May 23, 1920
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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 0m

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