Melton Barker's Juvenile Productions made essentially the same film at least one hundred and fifty and quite possibly two hundred or more times over nearly forty years in smaller cities and towns of at least twenty-seven states in the South, Midwest, and Atlantic seaboard; but he was based in Texas and produced iterations of THE KIDNAPPERS FOIL in at least fifty-five communities there, returning to some of them to make new films five times between the 1930s and the 1960s. Each KIDNAPPERS FOIL film shares virtually the exact same dialogue, camera shots and characters. (Small wonder that Barker is said to have battled alcoholism for most of his adult life). The first reel depicts the kidnapping and recovery of "Betty Davis" while the second reel consists of a local talent show in celebration of her safe return.
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