Veteran stage and screen comic Jack Duffy, whose make-up skills helped him excel at playing old men, is featured in six silent and sound films. Jack's a judge in the Buster Keaton short "Neighbors" (1920): a lawyer tries to subpoena a doctor in "Court Plaster" (1924); "Hold Still" (1926) finds politico Duffy pursued by a gal reporter; Jack plays cantankerous Sandy MacDuff in "Quiet and Peace" (1928) and "Are Scotchmen Tight?" (1929); and a dizzy doctor tries to treat Duffy's headache in "What a Head" (1931). 65 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: music score. Silent with music score. Plays All Regions.