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[[File:Growingpains.jpg|right|thumb|300px|Mary Ann Jackson, John Aasen and Jean Darling]]
 
[[File:Growingpains.jpg|right|thumb|300px|Mary Ann Jackson, John Aasen and Jean Darling]]
   
'''Length:''' Two Reel <br>
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'''Length:''' Two Reel<br />
'''Producer:''' [[Robert F. McGowan]] <br>
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'''Producer:''' [[Robert F. McGowan]]<br />
'''Director:''' [[Anthony Mack]] <br>
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'''Director:''' [[Anthony Mack]]<br />
'''Photography:''' Art Lloyd<br>
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'''Photography:''' Art Lloyd<br />
'''Editor:''' Richard Currier<br>
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'''Editor:''' Richard Currier<br />
'''Titles:''' H. M. Walker<br>
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'''Titles:''' H. M. Walker<br />
'''Writer:''' [[Robert F. McGowan]]<br>
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'''Writer:''' [[Robert F. McGowan]]<br />
'''Released:''' September 28, 1928<br>
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'''Released:''' September 28, 1928<br />
'''Studio:''' M-G-M<br>
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'''Studio:''' M-G-M<br />
   
 
==Main Cast==
 
==Main Cast==
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==Supporting Cast==
 
==Supporting Cast==
 
 
* John Aason - The Circus Giant
 
* John Aason - The Circus Giant
   
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'''Plot:''' From <i>Film Daily</i>: "[[Mary Ann]] is the pest of the neighborhood. She raises hell with the gang, which finally nabs her and licks her plenty. [[Wheezer]], cutest little fellow, is Mary Ann's choice to defend her honor.Mother has told Mary Ann that if Wheezer takes enough cod liver oil that he will become a giant, so Mary Ann does the trick. In the meantime, a circus giant comes to board, learns the plan and substitutes for Wheezer. From then on, everything happens with the gang finally driving the giant clean out of the neighborhood."<br />
 
'''Plot:''' From <i>Film Daily</i>: "[[Mary Ann]] is the pest of the neighborhood. She raises hell with the gang, which finally nabs her and licks her plenty. [[Wheezer]], cutest little fellow, is Mary Ann's choice to defend her honor.Mother has told Mary Ann that if Wheezer takes enough cod liver oil that he will become a giant, so Mary Ann does the trick. In the meantime, a circus giant comes to board, learns the plan and substitutes for Wheezer. From then on, everything happens with the gang finally driving the giant clean out of the neighborhood."<br />
 
'''Quotes:'''
 
'''Quotes:'''
* None<br />
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* None<br /> 
 
'''Notes/Trivia:'''
 
'''Notes/Trivia:'''
 
* According to Maltin and Bann, this film was unavailable for viewing.
 
* According to Maltin and Bann, this film was unavailable for viewing.
* John Aasen was no circus giant, although he did replace one for the Harold Lloyd film "Why Worry?" which broght him to national attention; he was tracked down especially for this one role. He then went on to play bit parts for the studio before dying in 1935 of the illness that had made him a giant.<br />
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* John Aasen was no circus giant, but he did replace one for the Harold Lloyd film "Why Worry?" which brought him to national attention. He was tracked down especially for this one role. He went on to play bit parts for the studio before dying in 1935 of the illness from his giantism.<br /> 
   
 
==Sequence==
 
==Sequence==
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[[Category: Silent Film]]
 
[[Category: Silent Film]]
 
[[Category: 1928]]
 
[[Category: 1928]]

Latest revision as of 15:37, July 26, 2020

Growingpains

Mary Ann Jackson, John Aasen and Jean Darling

Length: Two Reel
Producer: Robert F. McGowan
Director: Anthony Mack
Photography: Art Lloyd
Editor: Richard Currier
Titles: H. M. Walker
Writer: Robert F. McGowan
Released: September 28, 1928
Studio: M-G-M

Main CastEdit

Supporting CastEdit

  • John Aason - The Circus Giant

The ShortEdit

Plot: From Film Daily: "Mary Ann is the pest of the neighborhood. She raises hell with the gang, which finally nabs her and licks her plenty. Wheezer, cutest little fellow, is Mary Ann's choice to defend her honor.Mother has told Mary Ann that if Wheezer takes enough cod liver oil that he will become a giant, so Mary Ann does the trick. In the meantime, a circus giant comes to board, learns the plan and substitutes for Wheezer. From then on, everything happens with the gang finally driving the giant clean out of the neighborhood."
Quotes:

  • None
     

Notes/Trivia:

  • According to Maltin and Bann, this film was unavailable for viewing.
  • John Aasen was no circus giant, but he did replace one for the Harold Lloyd film "Why Worry?" which brought him to national attention. He was tracked down especially for this one role. He went on to play bit parts for the studio before dying in 1935 of the illness from his giantism.
     

SequenceEdit


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