Stop That Man!
Stop That Man! is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by Nat Ross and starring Arthur Lake, Barbara Kent and Eddie Gribbon. The screenplay concerns a man who accidentally assists a group of criminals.
|Stop That Man!|
|Directed by||Nat Ross|
|Written by||George V. Hobart (play) |
Harry O. Hoyt
Joseph F. Poland
|Starring||Arthur Lake |
|Edited by||Robert Jahns|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|March 11, 1928|
The young brother of two police officers borrows one of their uniforms. While masquerading as a cop, he accidentally assists a group of criminals committing a burglary. Fortunately he is able to capture the culprits and deliver them to the real police.
- Langman p.398
- Langman, Larry. American Film Cycles: The Silent Era. Greenwood Publishing Group, 1998.