Skippy, the mischievous son of a wealthy doctor, meets Sooky in poverty-ridden Shantytown, and together they try to save Sooky's pet from a cruel dogcatcher.
|杰基·库珀 (Jackie Cooper)||饰||Skippy Skinner|
|罗伯特·库根 (Robert Coogan)||饰||Sooky|
|杰基·瑟尔 (Jackie Searl)||饰||Sidney|
|威拉德·罗伯逊 (Willard Robertson)||饰||Dr. Herbert Skinner|
You could spank him one minute-hug him the next. (Print Ad- Elmira Star-Gazette, ((Elmira, NY)) 29 May 1931)
The Picture With a Heart! (Print Ad- Albany Evening News, ((Albany NY)) 30 April 1931)
- 声音混合： Mono (Western Electric Noiseless Recording)
- 纵横比：1.20 : 1
|发行公司||MCA/Universal Pictures (1958) (TV) (United States)|
|Paramount British Pictures (1931) (Theatrical) (United Kingdom)|
|派拉蒙影业公司 (1931) (Theatrical) (United States)|
- This is the first film based on a comic book, comic strip, or graphic novel to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. However, it lost the award to 壮志千秋 (1931).
- At the age of 9, 杰基·库珀 became the youngest person to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor. He was the youngest person nominated for an Academy Award in any category until the eight-year-old Justin Henry was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in 克莱默夫妇 (1979) 48 years later.
- To induce crying, 杰基·库珀 was fooled into it by director 诺曼·陶罗格 - his uncle, having married the sister of Jackie's mother. Taurog yelled out, "Where's that dog? Just go shoot him!" (the dog was Jackie's own dog). Somebody who got a gun with a blank in it went behind the truck where the dog had been taken and fired the gun. It worked, though a little too well. It took Jackie a very long time to stop crying, even after the scene was over and the director tried to kindly tell him they were just fooling; they only did that to get Jackie to cry for the scene. In addition, Jackie said he lost a lot of respect for his uncle that day.