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A Blonde for a Night (1928)

 -  Comedy  -  26 February 1928 (USA)
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After an argument, a newlywed decides to test her husband's fidelity by disguising herself as a blonde.


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After an argument, a newlywed decides to test her husband's fidelity by disguising herself as a blonde.

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Beautiful, Charming, Amazing! A Lovely Brunette was she, but her husband seemingly preferred blondes---How was she to retain his love and curb his desire to stray?---You'll find the answer in this amusing farce comedy---Marie Prevost's best to date---Be sure to see it.






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Marry In Haste, Repent in Seventy Minutes
7 December 2002 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

This is a bright little silent farce of newlyweds Marie Prevost and Harrison Ford -- no, not that Harrison Ford, but the one first one who had his name in a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Although many silent farces fail because of the lack of good lines and that slammed door whose noise makes you jump, this works very well. Ford and Prevost quarrel over her mother and his friend. She puts on a blonde wig which, of course, renders her totally unrecognizable -- a convention of farces to this day. After all, if Lois Lane can't tell that Clark Kent is Superman because he wears glasses, who can blame a man for not recognizing his wife in a wig?

Sharply-written titles and good silent acting raise this one above average. Look for Franklin Pangborn, playing his familiar 'nance' character in an early outing.

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