~Jes' Call Me Jim~
~Irene Rich & Will Rogers~

Will Rogers ...  Jim Fenton
Irene Rich ...  Miss Butterworth
Lionel Belmore ...  Belcher
Raymond Hatton ...  Paul Benedict
Jimmy Rogers ...  Harry Benedict
Bert Sprotte ...  Buffum
Nick Cogley ...  Mike Conlin
Sidney De Gray ...  Sam Yates
Directed by: Clarence G. Badger

Written by: Thompson Buchanan - adaptation
Edward T. Lowe Jr. - scenario

Based on the novel  Seven Oaks  by James G. Holland (New York, 1875).
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, conveying him to his cabin in the woods where Paul gradually recovers. Later,
Jim goes to Belcher to claim the reward for the missing Paul, escorting him to the inventor's alleged
grave where Paul plays ghost and terrifies Belcher into a confession. Suit is then brought against
Belcher in Harry's name, and at the critical moment, Paul appears and proves that he has been
defrauded. Belcher is arrested on a charge of forgery, and Jim learns that Miss Butterworth returns
his love.

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
~Plot Synopsis~
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Goldwyn Pictures Corporation

Released by: Goldwyn Distributing Company

Produced & Presented by: Samuel Goldwyn
Cinematography by: Marcel Le Picard    

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: May 23, 1920