Best Family Movies of 1925
Harold Lamb is so excited about going to college that he has been working to earn spending money, practicing college yells, and learning a special way of introducing himself that he saw in a movie. When he arrives at Tate University, he soon becomes the target of practical jokes and ridicule. With the help of his one real friend Peggy, he resolves to make every possible effort to become popular.
Boys Will Be Joys
Adults have the Pike and Coney Island amusement parks, so the rascals put up their own rides in a large vacant lot. Mickey's got big plans for expansion when surveyors show up to begin work on a factory. The gang travels by donkey cart to the office of Henry Mills, President of Pan American Export Company, to protest. Henry, in his 60s, is still a boy at heart: he has his chauffeur stop the car so he can join a sandlot game. He bails on a meeting with his board of directors, going with the kids to the factory site where he stops the workers and helps our gang add more rides. The directors follow him, and they get put to work. Will they ever have their meeting?
Two children sneak out of their bedroom on the night of December 24th, so that they can ask Santa Claus where he lives and what he does the rest of the year. Saint Nick tells the children about his life in his ice palace among the reindeer and about the binoculars with which he keeps an eye on all the children in the world.
The Wizard of Oz
A farm girl learns she is a princess and is swept away by a tornado to the land of Oz.
The circus is in town and for one day only. By pretending to be sick some of the gang members were able to play hooky from school so as to attend the festivities.
'Twas The Night Before Christmas
Silent film from 1925
Tracked in the Snow Country
When Rin-Tin-Tin's master is found murdered, Rinty is accused of the crime.