Paramount Famous Lasky Corp. April 6, 1929 (copyright: April 5, 1929; LP279). Sd (Movietone); b&w. 35mm. 7 reels, 7,167 ft. (Also si; 6,036 ft.)
Directed by: Dorth Arzner. Screenplay: E. Lloyd Sheldon. Dialogue: E. Lloyd Sheldon, John V.A. Weaver. Titles: E. Lloyd Sheldon, George Marion, Jr. Story: Warner Fabian. Photographed by: Victor Milner. Film Editing: Otto Lovering. Theme Song: "My Wild Party Girl" Leo Robin, Richard Whiting. Recording Engineer: Earl Hayman. Wardrobe: Travis Banton.
Cast: Clara Bow (Stella Ames), Frederic March (Gil Gilmore), Shirley O'Hara (Helen Owens), Marceline Day (Faith Morgan), Joyce Compton (Eva Tutt), Adrienne Dore (Babs), Virginia Thomas (Tess), Jean Lorraine (Ann), Kay Bryant (Thelma), Alice Adair (Maisie), Renee Whitney (Janice), Amo Ingram (Jean), Marguerite Cramer (Gwen), Jack Oakie (Al), Phillips R. Holmes (Phil), Ben Hendricks, Jr. (Ed), Jack Luden (George), Jack Raymond (Balaam).
Stella Ames, a flapper at an exclusive girls' college, falls inlove with Gil Gilmore, the new anthropology professor. Gil rescues Stella from a masher at a roadhouse and falls inlove with her as well. Stella's roommate is involved in a minor scandal, and Stella takes the blame, resigning from school. Knowing her innocence, Gil resigns his post and goes to find her. (Information from "The American Film Institute Catalogue of Feature Films".)
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