1924, 75m, DCP, silent, U.S.

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Screened July 8, 2018

Part of the program

Arthur Stringer’s short story became a comedic vehicle for the golden-silents team of Dwan and supernova Gloria Swanson. Store clerk Swanson (who prepped for the role by working a counter at Gimbels), stood up by grease-monkey beau Tom Moore, hits a party with pal Lilyan Tashman (also in our series’ Girls About Town) and charms dressmaker Frank Morgan, at whose behest she successfully impersonates a Russian countess—attracting unwanted suitors.

A film by Allan Dwan