The Kidnappers Foil Wikipedia
The Kidnappers Foil is the name of several American short films, made by Melton Barker between the 1930s and 1970s. Each iteration featured small-town children as actors (a different small-town in each iteration), the parents of whom paid Barker a fee in exchange for appearing in the film. The plot of the films centered on a well-to-do girl being kidnapped by, and then escaping, a pair of hoodlums.
Although the film was made dozens, perhaps hundreds, of times, only a few versions survive. The surviving copies were added to the National Film Registry in 2012.