Her Summer Hero (1928)

49 mins | Comedy-drama | 12 February 1928

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Film Daily
25 Dec 1927.
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Variety
20 Jun 1928
p. 19.
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Release Date:
12 February 1928
Copyright Claimant:
F.B.O. Productions, Inc.
Copyright Date:
30 January 1928
Copyright Number:
LP24923
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
49
Length(in feet):
5,146
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Champion college swimmer and summer lifeguard Ken Holmes saves Joan Stanton from drowning. They are sweethearts until a misunderstanding causes Joan to cast off Ken for his chief competitor, Herb Darrow. Joan promises Herb she will wear his fraternity pin if he wins the big swimming race at the hotel the next day. Despondent over his loss, Ken decides not to enter the race; later, he reconsiders when he learns that Joan is to wear Herb's pin if Herb wins. Ken wins the race and solves his misunderstanding with ... +


Champion college swimmer and summer lifeguard Ken Holmes saves Joan Stanton from drowning. They are sweethearts until a misunderstanding causes Joan to cast off Ken for his chief competitor, Herb Darrow. Joan promises Herb she will wear his fraternity pin if he wins the big swimming race at the hotel the next day. Despondent over his loss, Ken decides not to enter the race; later, he reconsiders when he learns that Joan is to wear Herb's pin if Herb wins. Ken wins the race and solves his misunderstanding with Joan. +

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