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~Brotherly Love~
1928
~371-75: Jean Arthur & Karl Dane~
~Plot Synopsis~
Oscar (Karl Dane), a burly guard at Newberry Prison, gets into an argument with Jerry (George K.
Arthur), a barber. Jerry tries to run away but is arrested as a fugitive and sent to Newberry. Both men
fall in love with Mary (Jean Arthur), the warden's daughter. Oscar has the smallish Jerry put on the
prison's football team to show him up, but he proves instead to be a hero. Oscar runs afoul of the law
and is sent to a rival prison. Arthur is released but tries to return to prison so as to play against his
rival in the big game. Jerry wins the game and Mary becomes his bride.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Charles Reisner

Written by:
Earl Baldwin - writer
Robert E. Hopkins - titles
Lew Lipton - writer

Based on the short story "Big-Hearted Jim" by Patterson Margoni in
Liberty Magazine (20 Nov 1926).
~Cast~

Karl Dane ...  Oscar
George K. Arthur ...  Jerry
Jean Arthur ...  Mary
Richard Carlyle ...  Warden Brown
Edward Connelly ...  Coggswell
Marcia Harris ...  Mrs. Coggswell
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

Cinematography by: Henry Sharp
Film Editing by: George Hively
Art Direction by: Cedric Gibbons
Costume Design by: Henrietta Frazer

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 67 minutes
Release: October 13, 1928