Passed | | Action, Comedy, Romance
Johnny (Johnny Burke), a World War One American doughboy whom everyone, including his sweetheart Sally (Sally Eilers), assume is a coward turns out to be a real hero.
With his studio's fortunes spiraling ever downward, Mack Sennett helmed this surprisingly effective comedy-drama for Warner Brothers under their newly acquired First National subsidiary. Sennett's studio would be forced into bankruptcy in 1933 and sold to become Republic Pictures. Sennett would end his film career at Paramount working in their musical shorts division and would be all but forgotten by the mid-1930's.
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