~Grandma's Boy~
~Plot Synopsis~
In the small country town of Blossom Bend lives Grandma's Boy, a meek youth of 19, who is in love
but is frightened by his rival, The Bully. They are both paying a visit to The Girl's house when news is
received that the local jewelry shop has been robbed. The citizens organize to hunt down the bandit,
and The Boy is made a member of the posse. The Boy overcomes his cowardice when his
grandmother tells him about his grandfather's fighting prowess and gives him an umbrella handle, a
charm guaranteed to make a lion-hearted hero of its possessor. As a result, he captures the bandit
(The Rolling Stone), gives The Bully a thrashing, and then induces The Girl to marry him.

Plot Synopsis from afi.com  
Directed by: Fred C. Newmeyer

Written by:
Hal Roach - story
Sam Taylor - story  
Jean C. Havez - story
H.M. Walker - titles
Thomas J. Crizer
Harold Lloyd - story

Harold Lloyd ...  Grandma's Boy
Mildred Davis ...  His Girl
Anna Townsend ...  His Grandma
Charles Stevenson ...  His Rival / Union General
Dick Sutherland ...  The Rolling Stone
Noah Young ...  Sheriff of Dabney County
Roy Brooks ...  Townsman (uncredited)
Sammy Brooks ...  Townsman (uncredited)
William Gillespie ...  Townsman / Union General (uncredited)
Wallace Howe ...  The Girl's Father / Bearded Farmer (uncredited)
Mark Jones ...  Old Lady (uncredited)
James T. Kelley ...  Townsman (uncredited)
Gus Leonard ...  Farmer (uncredited)
Gaylord Lloyd ...  Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Morgan ...  Little Boy (uncredited)
George Rowe ...  Townsman (uncredited)
May Wallace ...  The Girl's Mother (uncredited)
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Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Hal Roach Studios

Distributed by: Associated Exhibitors

Producer: Hal Roach
Cinematography by: Walter Lundin
Film Editing by: Thomas J. Crizer
Presenter: Hal Roach

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: September 3, 1922