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Film Daily
18 Sep 1927
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New York Times
14 Nov 1927
p. 26
Variety
21 Sep 1927
p. 24
DETAILS
Release Date:
11 September 1927
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Fox Film Corp.
11 September 1927
LP24399
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,293
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Marianna Miller, dressing as a boy to seek employment in the city, becomes involved with a gang of ruffians; and when she hits Dexter Wright, a young businessman, with a tomato, he detects her disguise and helps her obtain a secretarial position with his competitor. Misunderstanding his interests in her girl friend, Edna, Marianna and her pal answer an advertisement for two girls wanted--a maid and a cook--and end up as servants in the country house of Dexter's uncle. Marianna learns of a plan to swindle Dexter's uncle, and in the process, she and Dexter fall in ...

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Marianna Miller, dressing as a boy to seek employment in the city, becomes involved with a gang of ruffians; and when she hits Dexter Wright, a young businessman, with a tomato, he detects her disguise and helps her obtain a secretarial position with his competitor. Misunderstanding his interests in her girl friend, Edna, Marianna and her pal answer an advertisement for two girls wanted--a maid and a cook--and end up as servants in the country house of Dexter's uncle. Marianna learns of a plan to swindle Dexter's uncle, and in the process, she and Dexter fall in love.

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