A college football player protects his friend by pretending that it was he, not the friend, who drank himself unconscious the night before the big game.
Hot Tunes! Jazz! Pep! Cheers!
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Did You Know?
Lobby cards for the silent and sound versions of the movie were identical except for the words at the top of the cards. For the silent version the cards featured the words "Whoopee, Pep, Laughter, Thrills, Action, Youth". To promote the film's sound, the cards for the talking version had the words "Talk, Songs, Pep Jazz, Glee Clubs, Cheers, Hot Tunes". Also at the bottom of the lobby cards for the silent version they said "Universal's Special Feature" while for the sound version they said "Universal's All Talking Feature". See more
Words and Music by David Silverstein
(as Dave Silverstein) and Lee Zahler
Copyright 1929 by Shapiro Bernstein & Co. Inc. See more