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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Skippy (1931) + Sooky (1931) DVD-R

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Get the original film, Skippy (1931) + the sequel, Sooky (1931) for 20% off their individual prices!


Skippy (1931)



 Starring Jackie Cooper, Robert Coogan, Mitzi Green, Jackie Searl, Willard Robertson, Helen 
Jerome Eddy
Directed by Norman Taurog

Print: black/white
Runtime: 85 min.
Genre: comedy
Print Quality: B

In this film based on the popular comic strip, Skippy interrupts his usual routine of finding 
loopholes in his parents' rules when he makes friends with Sooky, a boy from the other side 
of the tracks. The two boys have three days to come up with a way to pay for a license for 
Sooky's dog and keep the dogcatcher from putting him to sleep. Skippy also has to 
convince his father - the local health supervisor - not to tear down the shantytown where 
Sooky and the local poor folk live, while also getting himself involved with local bullies, kids' 
shows, lemonade stands and assorted other adventures. And then there's that new bike 
he's saving for....




Sooky (1931)

Starring Jackie Cooper, Robert Coogan, Jackie Searl, Willard Robertson, Enid Bennett
Directed by Norman Taurog

Print: black/white
Runtime: 76 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: C

Skippy, son of Dr. Herbert and Mrs. Skinner, adamantly stands by his poor friend, Sooky Wayne, who lives in Shantytown with his sickly mother. The Boone Boys, a boys' club that costs thirty dollars to join and has uniforms that Sooky admires, refuses to admit him because he is poor. Sooky and Skippy form their own club called the Beagle Boys. Sidney Saunders, whose father is competing for mayor against Dr. Skinner, is the leader of the Boone Boys and constantly teases Sooky. After Mr. Willoughby, a poor resident of Shantytown, is taken away to live in a sanitarium because he does not have enough food, Skippy fears for Sooky and his tubercular mother and buys them groceries on his father's credit.

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Get the original film, Skippy (1931) + the sequel, Sooky (1931) for 20% off their individual prices!

Skippy (1931)



 Starring Jackie Cooper, Robert Coogan, Mitzi Green, Jackie Searl, Willard Robertson, Helen 
Jerome Eddy
Directed by Norman Taurog

Print: black/white
Runtime: 85 min.
Genre: comedy
Print Quality: B

In this film based on the popular comic strip, Skippy interrupts his usual routine of finding 
loopholes in his parents' rules when he makes friends with Sooky, a boy from the other side 
of the tracks. The two boys have three days to come up with a way to pay for a license for 
Sooky's dog and keep the dogcatcher from putting him to sleep. Skippy also has to 
convince his father - the local health supervisor - not to tear down the shantytown where 
Sooky and the local poor folk live, while also getting himself involved with local bullies, kids' 
shows, lemonade stands and assorted other adventures. And then there's that new bike 
he's saving for....




Sooky (1931)

Starring Jackie Cooper, Robert Coogan, Jackie Searl, Willard Robertson, Enid Bennett
Directed by Norman Taurog

Print: black/white
Runtime: 76 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: C

Skippy, son of Dr. Herbert and Mrs. Skinner, adamantly stands by his poor friend, Sooky Wayne, who lives in Shantytown with his sickly mother. The Boone Boys, a boys' club that costs thirty dollars to join and has uniforms that Sooky admires, refuses to admit him because he is poor. Sooky and Skippy form their own club called the Beagle Boys. Sidney Saunders, whose father is competing for mayor against Dr. Skinner, is the leader of the Boone Boys and constantly teases Sooky. After Mr. Willoughby, a poor resident of Shantytown, is taken away to live in a sanitarium because he does not have enough food, Skippy fears for Sooky and his tubercular mother and buys them groceries on his father's credit.

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