~See You In Jail~
~83-63: Alice Day & Jack Mulhall~
~Plot Synopsis~
Jack Mulhall stars as Jerry Marsden, the wastrelly son of millionaire milk wholesaler J. Marsden Sr.
(George Fawcett). After bailing Jerry out of one scrape too many, the elder Marsden cuts off the boy's
allowance and tells him he's on his own. While looking for work, Jerry is hired by wealthy Roger
Whitney (Crauford Kent) to serve a brief jail term on Whitney's behalf. Locked up in a
minimum-security prison especially designed for "celebrity" convicts, Jerry is ensconced in a luxury
cell and waited on hand-and-foot by the supplicative guards. He enjoys the occasional visits from
Whitney's pretty sister Ruth (Alice Day). Entering into a business deal with another of the millionaire
prisoners, Jerry strikes it rich, pleasing his dear old daddy to no end.

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
Directed by: Joseph Henabery

Written by:
William H. Clifford - story
Gerald C. Duffy - writer

Jack Mulhall ...  Jerry Marsden
Alice Day ...  Ruth Morrisey
Mack Swain ...  Slossom
George Fawcett ...  Marsden Sr.
Crauford Kent ...  Roger Morrisey
John Kolb ...  Jailer
William Orlamond ...  Inventor
Leo White ...  Valet
Carl Stockdale ...  Attorney
Burr McIntosh ...  Judge Hauser
Charles Clary ...  Rollins
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Ray Rockett Productions

Distributed by: First National Pictures

Producer: Ray Rockett
Cinematograhy by: George J. Folsey

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Mintues
Released: April 17, 1927