Hot Stuff (1929)

73 mins | Comedy | 24 March 1929

Director:

Mervyn LeRoy

Writer:

Louis Stevens

Producer:

Wid Gunning

Cinematographer:

Sid Hickox

Editor:

Terry Morse

Production Designer:

John Hughes

Production Company:

First National Pictures, Inc.
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BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCES
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Exhibitors Daily Review
5 Jul 1928
p. 4.
Exhibitors Daily Review
26 Nov 1928
p. 7.
Exhibitors Herald and Moving Picture World
12 May 1928
p. 89.
Exhibitors Herald and Moving Picture World
29 Dec 1928
p. 47.
Exhibitors Herald-World
12 Jan 1929
p. 48.
Exhibitors Herald-World
26 Jan 1929
p. 19.
Film Daily
30 Apr 1928
p. 3.
Film Daily
30 Jan 1929
p. 8.
Film Daily
21 Apr 1929
p. 9.
Motion Picture News
22 Dec 1928
p.1889.
Motion Picture News
12 Jan 1929
p. 138.
New York Times
13 May 1929
p. 27.
Variety
10 Oct 1928
p. 61.
Variety
15 May 1929
p. 49.
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
Bluffers
Release Date:
24 March 1929
Premiere Information:
New York opening: 11 May 1929
Production Date:
began 19 December 1928
Copyright Claimant:
First National Pictures, Inc.
Copyright Date:
12 May 1930
Copyright Number:
LP401
Physical Properties:
Silent with sound sequences
Talking seq by Vitaphone
Black and White
Sound, also silent
Also si; 7,466 ft.
Duration(in mins):
73
Length(in feet):
6,774
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Barbara Allen, who has been a gas station attendant in her hometown, is sent to college when her Aunt Kate receives a settlement in a lawsuit. Aunt Kate, who was so restrained by her parents that she never married, is determined to see that her niece does not suffer a like fate. Babs steps out and makes the flaming youth at the freshwater school think that she is really "hot stuff" by smoking and drinking, as well as by suggesting unlimited necking possibilities. But she is discovered to be a fraud by Mack Moran, who ultimately gives her his fraternity pin, informing her that it is still the nice girls who get the wedding ... +


Barbara Allen, who has been a gas station attendant in her hometown, is sent to college when her Aunt Kate receives a settlement in a lawsuit. Aunt Kate, who was so restrained by her parents that she never married, is determined to see that her niece does not suffer a like fate. Babs steps out and makes the flaming youth at the freshwater school think that she is really "hot stuff" by smoking and drinking, as well as by suggesting unlimited necking possibilities. But she is discovered to be a fraud by Mack Moran, who ultimately gives her his fraternity pin, informing her that it is still the nice girls who get the wedding rings. +

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