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The Campus Vamp (1928)

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Love triangle in a campus with a blonde girl that really seems to not consider the "other" girl as an obstacle. Who will make it? And actually who cares when parties, sport games and lots of fun are available?

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Cast

Cast overview:
Daphne Pollard ...
Dora
Johnny Burke ...
Barney Benson
Sally Eilers ...
Sally
Matty Kemp ...
Matty
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Carole (as Carol Lombard)
Leota Winters ...
Bathing Girl
Kathryn Stanley ...
Bathing Girl
Lucille Miller ...
Bathing Girl
Anita Barnes ...
Bathing Girl
Alice Ward ...
Dean
Mary Wiggins ...
Student
Jack Cooper ...
Handyman
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Love triangle in a campus with a blonde girl that really seems to not consider the "other" girl as an obstacle. Who will make it? And actually who cares when parties, sport games and lots of fun are available?

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25 November 1928 (USA)  »

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Campus Cuties  »

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(2-strip Technicolor) (finale)|

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1.33 : 1
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Her, Him and the Other Girl
5 January 2003 | by (Milano, Italy) – See all my reviews



Well, suppose it's still the same eternal question: do men prefer blondes?

And it won't be in this 1928 short comedy that you will find the answer! Actually everything seems to be left uncompleted and the movie is worth seeing more for what it doesn't say than for what it actually does. We have lots of themes and ideas that will be developed further on in film history: scenes of campus life, a love triangle and a beach softball game! And from the technical point of view we have an early example of two colour Technicolor, just a few minutes but a glimpse of things that will be.

All around an enjoyable view if you are not expecting an unearthly cinematographic experience!


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