Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
This comedy classic is the sound-film debut of enormously popular and brilliant silent comedian Harold Lloyd. He plays a gentle botany student who must reluctantly succeed his father as chief of police. He does a good job and ends up busting up a ring of drug dealers led by the enigmatic "Dragon." Later he discovers that the Dragon is really one of the most prominent and highly respected men in town. When not chasing bad-guys, the hero falls in love with a woman who has disguised herself as boy.
botany, chief, community, criminal, death-in-family, disguise, drug-bust, drug-ring, father, love, police, student