~The Cohans and Kellys in Atlantic City~
~Mack Swain~
~Plot Synopsis~
This comedy is the first episode of the five-movie series "The Cohens and Kellys." In each movie the
rivalry between the Jewish and Irish business owners is chronicled. This time they play competing
manufacturers of bathing suits. The story centers upon their children, a son and a daughter who shock
both sets of parents by introducing a new, very risque, line of swimsuits in Atlantic City. The parents
soon change their tunes when the money starts rolling in.

Plot Synopsis by Sandra Brennan, AllMovie.com
Directed by: William James Craft

Written by:
Albert DeMond - screenplay & titles
Earle Snell - writer
Jack Townley - story

Based on the play "Two Blocks Away," by Aaron Hoffman

George Sidney ... Nathaniel Cohen
Vera Gordon ... Melitta Cohen
Mack Swain ... Mr. Tom Kelly
Kate Price ... Mary Kelly
Cornelius Keefe ... Tom Kelly Jr.
Nora Lane ... Rosalinde Cohen
Virginia Sale ... Selma Meyer
Tom Kennedy ... Crook
Walter Brennan ... Man at Police Station (uncredited)
Joan Standing ... Minor Role (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Universal Pictures

Cinematography by: Alan Jones
Film Editing by: Richard Cahoon & Charles Craft
Carl Laemmle

Runtime: 70 minutes
Released: March 17, 1929
Filmed at Kaufman Astoria Studios - 3412 36th Street, Astoria, Queens, New York City, New York,
USA and Universal Studios - 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, California, USA