by Theodore HUFF, JR
1932 / 16mm / b&w / sound / 1S / 11' 39

“LITTLE GEEZER, Huff’s second child burlesque, won attention in amateur film circles for its excellent production and editing. Simultaneously a brilliant parody of popular crime films and a liberal adaptation of Eisenstein’s Potemkin-type montage, Little Geezer ranked in the top ten in an American Cinematographer contest for amateur makers.” - Chuck Kleinhans

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