Piccadilly Jim (1920)
Jim Crocker (Owen Moore) is an American newspaperman who finds notoriety in London, much to the dismay of his highly proper aunt and uncle (William Haze and Dora Mill Adams). After his last fistfight -- this one with a nobleman -- Jim begins to think that maybe returning to the States isn't such a bad idea. The fact that the pretty Ann Chester (Zeena Keefe) is also heading Stateside is another inspiration. But before the two of them head off into the proverbial sunset, Jim finds quite a bit of adventure back in his home country, too. This film's story was written by P.G. Wodehouse and originally appeared in the Saturday Evening Post. It was remade in 1936 with Robert Montgomery as Jim and Madge Evans (a child star in 1920, when this version was made) as Ann. … More
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