Fancy Baggage (1929)

70 mins | Drama | 26 January 1929

Director:

John G. Adolfi

Writer:

Graham Baker

Cinematographer:

William Reis

Editor:

Owen Marks

Production Company:

Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
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GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS
BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCES
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Exhibitors Herald and Moving Picture World
12 May 1929
p. 95.
Exhibitors Herald and Moving Picture World
24 Nov 1928
p. 39.
Film Daily
19 Jun 129
p. 10.
Film Daily
17 Mar 1929
p. 4.
Motion Picture News
25 Aug 1928
p. 620.
Motion Picture News
5 Jan 1929
p. 31.
Motion Picture News
23 Mar 1929
p. 937.
Variety
1 Aug 1929
p. 53.
Variety
12 Sep 1928
p. 7.
Variety
20 Mar 1929
p. 13.
DETAILS
Release Date:
26 January 1929
Premiere Information:
Silent version release: 23 February 1929
New York opening: 14 March 1929
Production Date:
early September--mid November 1928
Copyright Claimant:
Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
Copyright Date:
19 January 1929
Copyright Number:
LP33
Physical Properties:
Silent with sound sequences
Talking seq, mus score, and sd eff by Vitaphone
Black and White
Sound, also silent
Also si, 23 Feb 1929; 5,983 ft.
Duration(in mins):
70
Length(in feet):
6,447
Length(in reels):
8
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Naomi Iverson learns that her father has assumed the blame for engaging in an illegal stock pool and is to be sentenced by the Federal Government to 5 years in prison. In return, Iverson will receive a check for $1 million from John Hardin, his former partner and now his bitterest enemy. She appropriates the check and goes to Hardin's yacht hoping to recover the written "confession." There she meets and falls in love with Hardin's son, Ernest. Complications set in when Iverson arrives and is set adrift by Tony, leader of a gang of rumrunners. Tony, who covets Naomi, gets involved in a fight with Ernest; Tony corners her, but she is rescued by Ernest. The revenue officers seize the rum boat and arrest the two old men as bootleggers. When Naomi and Ernest confront their fathers with their love, the fathers bow to necessity and once again become ... +


Naomi Iverson learns that her father has assumed the blame for engaging in an illegal stock pool and is to be sentenced by the Federal Government to 5 years in prison. In return, Iverson will receive a check for $1 million from John Hardin, his former partner and now his bitterest enemy. She appropriates the check and goes to Hardin's yacht hoping to recover the written "confession." There she meets and falls in love with Hardin's son, Ernest. Complications set in when Iverson arrives and is set adrift by Tony, leader of a gang of rumrunners. Tony, who covets Naomi, gets involved in a fight with Ernest; Tony corners her, but she is rescued by Ernest. The revenue officers seize the rum boat and arrest the two old men as bootleggers. When Naomi and Ernest confront their fathers with their love, the fathers bow to necessity and once again become friends. +

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