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Rolled Stockings (1927)

Mr. Treadway is disappointed with son Jim (James Hall) for not making the boat crew at college while his freshman brother, Ralph (Richard Arlen), makes the team and upholds the family ... See full summary »

Director:

Richard Rosson

Writers:

Percy Heath, Julian Johnson (titles) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview:
James Hall ... Jim Treadway
Louise Brooks ... Carol Fleming
Richard Arlen ... Ralph Treadway
Nancy Phillips ... The Vamp
El Brendel ... Rudolph
David Torrence ... Mr. Treday
Chance Ward Chance Ward ... Coach
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Mr. Treadway is disappointed with son Jim (James Hall) for not making the boat crew at college while his freshman brother, Ralph (Richard Arlen), makes the team and upholds the family tradition. The brother are both captivated by the charms of Carol Fleming (Louise Brooks), but Ralph is handicapped by hazing and strict training rules. On the eve of the big college race, Jim takes Carol to a dance and leaves Ralph burning with jealousy; deciding to brave official disapproval, Ralph goes to the dance and takes a jazzy young blonde to a roadhouse. Jim follows and ejects his brother after a fight and is himself found with the girl. After being acclaimed a hero, Ralph confesses that he is to blame for Jim's disgrace, and Carol finds happiness with the older brother. Written by Pamela Short

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Don't Turn Down "Rolled Stockings" If You're Looking for Peppy, Funny Youthful Entertainment. (Print Ad- Telegraph-Herald, ((Dubuque, Iowa)) 29 July 1927)

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Drama | Romance

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This film is presumed lost. See more »

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Country:

USA

Language:

None

Release Date:

18 June 1927 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Rolled Stockings See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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