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INTRODUCTION:
Rolled Stockings is a romantic drama of the college-set. The film is lost.


CAST:
James Hall .... Jim Treadway
Louise Brooks .... Carol Fleming
Richard Arlen .... Ralph Treadway (imdb)
Nancy Phillips .... The Vamp
El Brendel .... Rudolph
David Torrence .... Mr. Treday
Chance Ward .... Coach

CREDITS:
Studio: Paramount
Director: Richard Rosson (imdb)
Writing Credits: Screenplay by Percy Heath, adapted from an original story idea by Frederica Sagor; titles by Julian Johnson
Format: Silent - black & white
Cinematography: Victor Milner
Film Editing: Julian Johnson
Production dates: April 4 through May 5, 1927
Running Time: 7 reels
Release Date: June 18, 1927 (United States); March 5, 1928 (England)
Country of Origin: United States

Alternate Titles:   Freres ennemis (Belgium); Meias indiscretas (Brazil); Válel puncochy (Czechoslovakia); Freres Ennemis (France); Calze rimboccate (Italy); Medias enrolladas (Mexico); Wij, moderne studenten (Netherlands); Juventud, divino tesoro (Spain)

STORY SYNOPSIS:
Jim Treadway disappoints his father in not making the boat crew at college while his freshman brother, Ralph, makes team and upholds the family tradition. Both boys are smitten, however, by the charms of Carol Fleming, 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 offical 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 is to blame for Jim's disgrace, and Carol finds happiness with the older brother.

 

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