Marie Prevost is the pip party eyeful of joy. She is classified as 'A' and 'popular' on her index card, with her party salary $100 nightly. Playing the party route shows on Prevost. She has a masseuse after each one.

Marie Prevost is the pip party eyeful of joy. She is classified as ‘A’ and ‘popular’ on her index card, with her party salary $100 nightly. Playing the party route shows on Prevost. She has a masseuse after each one.

Jeanette Loff is a former party girl gone straight and now the sec to a big business house, the head of which doesn’t believe it is required to have dames at parties to boost sales. Almeda Fowler as Maude Lindsay, the boss of the call shop, says business men have found these parties are the best salesmen.

So the son of the proper business man gets tangled up with two party girls, the one in his father’s office and another who frames him.

Douglas Fairbanks Jr is the juve soused college boy. Does all right, as do the girls and the entire cast.

Party Girl

Production

Halperin. Director Victor Halperin; Producer Edward Halperin; Screenplay Monte Katterjohn, George Draney, Victor Halperin; Camera Henry Cronjager, Robert Newhard; Editor Russell Schoengarth

Crew

(B&W) Available on VHS. Extract of a review from 1930. Running time: 73 MIN.

With

Douglas Fairbanks Jr Jeanette Loff Judith Barrie Marie Prevost

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