~A Kiss in a Taxi~
Directed by: Clarence G. Badger

Written by: Doris Anderson
Titles by: Sam Hellman & George Marion Jr.

Based on a play by Clifford Grey, Maurice Hennequin & Pierre Veber

Bebe Daniels ... Ginette
Chester Conklin ... Maraval
Douglas Gilmore ... Lucien Cambolle
Henry Kolker ... Leon Lambert
Richard Tucker ... Henri Le Sage
Agostino Borgato ... Pierre
Eulalie Jensen ... Valentine Lambert
Rose Burdick ... Gay Lady
Jocelyn Lee ... Secretary
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by Paramount Pictures

Cinematography by: H. Kinley Martin
Presented by: Jesse L. Lasky & Adolph Zukor

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: February 22, 1927
Filmed at Paramount Studios - 5555 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles,
California, USA
~Plot Synopsis~
Bebe Daniels was at the peak of her silent stardom when she appeared in this comedy, which was
really more slapstick than farce. Ginette (Daniels) is a waitress at Pierre's café. She is in love with
Lucien (Douglas Gilmore) and hates getting attention from anyone else. Whenever another man tries
to kiss her, she angrily starts throwing glassware. The restaurant's patrons find this amusing, and
Leon Lambert (Henry Kolker) makes a bet that he will be able to kiss her. He finally does the deed in
a taxi, but Ginette's response is so fierce that the cab crashes into Pierre's. Lambert buys Ginette the
restaurant, expecting that she will be grateful, but of course she isn't. Circumstances dictate that
Ginette must pose as Lambert's daughter. He really wants her out of his home now, so he plots with a
pal, Henri (Richard Tucker), to make it appear that she has been compromised by the primly proper
Maraval (Chester Conklin). After a lot of complications, and lot more broken glassware, Ginette and
Lucien finally wind up together.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com