Wings, directed by William A. Wellman, is a 1927 silent film about World War I fighter pilots. Wings was the first film, and the only silent film, to win the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Just dropped off at home by an avid suitor, shop-girl Betty Lou (Clara Bow) comes home to pal Molly (Priscilla Bonner) and baby, early in Paramount's hit It, 1927.
Aide Monty (William Austin) is all into whether employer pal Cyrus (Antonio Moreno) has the thing cited in a hot new article, then they meet shop-girls, led by Betty Lou (Clara Bow), in Paramount's It, 1927.
Elinor Glyn, author of the hot new article, at the Ritz, accosted by Cyrus (Antonio Moreno) who is then pursued by Betty Lou (Clara Bow), losing interest in her date Monty (William Austin), in Paranmount's It, 1927.
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In this youth-oriented comedy Chuck and Wally are friends in their senior year of college with graduation fast approaching. A wealthy industrialist offers them jobs after graduation if they'll do him a favor and deliver a car to his daughter in Lake Tahoe. The car, a red Porsche, gets stolen for use as the prize in a beauty pageant. The lads wind up in San Diego attempting to recover the car and preserve their future careers.
Two college pals hired to deliver a new Porsche to Lake Tahoe are in for a wild ride when thieves nab the car to use as the prize in a beauty pageant.
In this youth-oriented comedy Chuck and Wally are friends in their senior year of college with graduation fast approaching.
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