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The Campus Vamp (1928)

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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Dora
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Barney Benson
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Sally
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Matty
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Carole (as Carol Lombard)
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Bathing Girl
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Lucille Miller ...
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Anita Barnes ...
Bathing Girl
Alice Ward ...
Dean
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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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1.33 : 1
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Three 2-strip Technicolor sequences, totaling 203 feet, are inter-cut with black-and-white footage in the finale. See more »

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Featured in Maxie (1985) See more »

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It would be nice to see this in colour but don't fancy your chances
20 March 2017 | by (France) – See all my reviews

Difficult to find a satisfactory version of this film. The two-reel 19-20 minute version does exist but in a rather poor copy. Most reviewers seem to have seen a cut-down one-reel version which also exists.

Absolutely none of the versions I have seen are actually in colour. They are simply tinted (not even hand-coloured), even those claiming to be "in colour" or even those claiming to show only the colour sequences.

Anybody who does not know the difference should look at some of the early two-strip Technicolor films that do exist - The Toll of the Sea (1922) or The Black Pirate (1926) - if you can find the Technicolor version - or The Viking (1928). It is not possible to confuse the two. Few of the Technicolor sequences that were inserted in many films at this time survive (The Phantom of the Opera is a happy exception as are some of the Von Stroheim films of the twenties).


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