|Title ID||8374||Collection ID||1187|
|Title||The House that Jack Built|
|Theme||Early film in the South East Family life|
|Keywords||Children Family Leisure Time Activities Play|
|Copyright & Access||Copyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details|
A young girl's house is destroyed and magically rebuilt by her younger brother in this film by George Albert Smith produced in 1900.
A young girl has just built a house out of bricks when her mischievous younger brother begins to knock it down by poking the bricks out of place. She pushes him in protest throughout. An intertitle reading "Reversed" is seen before the scene is re-shown. This time, the house is magically rebuilt as the boy pokes the bricks.