Gymnasium Jim (1922)

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Jim owns and operates the best garage in town, despite he needing a little prodding to get his assistant to do the work. Jim's sweetheart, the postmistress, isn't sure if Jim is *the* man ... See full summary »


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11 November 2006 | jorbonne
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| This film has become a tradition in our family to watch every Christmas holiday.
I grew up with this film because my dad had a copy of it in 8mm film since the late 30's or early 40's. For some reason, the comedy in it doesn't get old. The scene of Gymnasium Jim getting ready to go to bed makes me laugh each time I see it. When I was a kid, the scene of the car going into the small building never ceased to amaze me and I loved the scene of the bike rider. It must have been something for them to make some of those train scenes in those days. I would love to have a couple of copies of this film on DVD so that my brother and sister can have a copy and stop trying to 'steal' the original that I have! Since this was the very first film I ever saw, it holds a special spot in my heart. I wish there was a way to know more about the little dog who belonged to Gymnasium Jim's girlfriend.

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Short | Comedy

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Release Date:

9 May 1922

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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