Satire on prison reform. It begins in a ladies' barber shop and ends in the penitentiary. A football game between two rival prisons with Karl Dane and George K. Arthur on opposing teams furnishes the gags. Love interest is supplied by Jean Arthur, who, as the warden's daughter, justifies Dad's theory of brotherly love by marrying a prisoner, otherwise George Arthur.
Photoplay November 1928
Books with substantial mentioning of Brotherly Love