|Bob Mizer Foundation||2013|
Jim Paris is the "delicate" young prisoner thrown in with a bunch of hardened convicts who take a delight in making life miserable for him. However, he turns out to be quite capable of raking care of himself. Stafford and Coffey are type-cast in their roles as convicts.
Rick Parker wants to do his home work but brother Jim Paris wants to play and makes such a nuisance of himself that older brother must give him a thrashing so he will behave. Since Jim epitomizes many of the spoiled brats of our day, many will enjoy seeing little Jim get his comeuppance in the form of a good spanking.
Almost anyone who has known Jim Paris (or boys like him) must have yearned just once to give the thrashing they seem almost to beg for. It would probably be good for their souls.
Posing strap wrestling.
Paris, in a posing strap, rides a donkey, struts his stuff and then stands on the donkey's back.
When David Mineric sends off for a labor-saving robot, he thinks he will be able to take life easy--and does briefly, until the robot which apparently has too much intelligence programmed into it, rebels and clobbers David, takes over his position in the chair and David ends up doing all the work himself while the robot loafs.
In one scene where David gives the sluggish robot an "overcharge" with the special activator, Jim Paris does an excellent, realistic scene of a piece of machinery run wild.