The Gingham Girl (1927)

Comedy-drama | 2 October 1927

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BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCES
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Film Daily
24 Jul 1927.
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New York Times
19 Jul 1927
p. 27.
Variety
20 Jul 1927
p. 18.
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LITERARY
Based on the musical The Gingham Girl , book by Daniel Kusell, music by Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics by Neville Fleeson (New York, 28 Aug 1922).
DETAILS
Release Date:
2 October 1927
Premiere Information:
New York opening: 16 July 1927
Copyright Claimant:
R-C Pictures Corp.
Copyright Date:
16 July 1927
Copyright Number:
LP24361
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,257
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Mary Thompson, a smalltown girl, ekes out an existence through the sale of home-baked cookies to Pat O'Day, owner of a local store. His daughter, Letty, is smitten by the metropolitan air of Hayden, a salesman, who gives Johnny Cousins, one of Mary's admirers, the addresses of Mazie and Sonia, two city girls. After meeting Bartlett, son of a biscuit king, Mary becomes interested in enlarging her business; Johnny then leaves for New York, where he models for Sonia, a Greenwich Village artist. Mary arrives but is estranged from Johnny over a misunderstanding. He later finds employment in the Bluebird Cookie Factory, where Mary and Bartlett have built up a thriving business; the lovers are reconciled, and Bartlett retires, leaving the business to ... +


Mary Thompson, a smalltown girl, ekes out an existence through the sale of home-baked cookies to Pat O'Day, owner of a local store. His daughter, Letty, is smitten by the metropolitan air of Hayden, a salesman, who gives Johnny Cousins, one of Mary's admirers, the addresses of Mazie and Sonia, two city girls. After meeting Bartlett, son of a biscuit king, Mary becomes interested in enlarging her business; Johnny then leaves for New York, where he models for Sonia, a Greenwich Village artist. Mary arrives but is estranged from Johnny over a misunderstanding. He later finds employment in the Bluebird Cookie Factory, where Mary and Bartlett have built up a thriving business; the lovers are reconciled, and Bartlett retires, leaving the business to them. +

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