~Finger Prints~
Directed by: Lloyd Bacon

Written by:
C. Graham Baker
Edward Clark

Based on a story by Arthur Somers Roche

Louise Fazenda ... Dora Traynor
John T. Murray ... Homer Fairchild
Helene Costello ... Jacqueline Norton
Myrna Loy ... Vamp
George Nichols ... S.V. Sweeney
Martha Mattox ... Mother Malone
Franklin Pangborn ... The Bandoline Kid
William Demarest ... Cuffs Egan
Bob Perry ... Hard-Boiled Ryan (as Robert Perry)
Edgar Kennedy ... O.K. McDuff (as Ed Kennedy)
Jerry Miley ... Chicago Ed
Joseph B. Stone ... Cabbage Head McCarthy
Warner Richmond ... 'Annie Laurie' Andy Norton
Lew Harvey ... Secret Service Man
William Desmond
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by:

Cinematography by: Virgil Miller
Assistant Director: Ted Stevens
Assistant Camera Operator: Edward Cronewealth

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: January 8, 1927
~Plot Synopsis~
Hardly an important film, Finger Prints pleased the crowd with its heady combination of slapstick
comedy and old-dark-house melodrama. A professional crook is collared by the law, but not before
squirreling away a fortune in hidden money in a crumbling country mansion. The crook's sister is
kidnapped by his accomplices, who take the girl to the mansion, hoping to force her to reveal the
whereabouts of the loot. What they don't know is that the house has been fitted with all sorts of
modern, push-button devices, which thoroughly flummox the bad guys while delighting their
unterrified captive. The day is saved by the timely intervention of comic-relief servant Louise
Fazenda (who certainly deserves the top billing bestowed upon her).

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com