~Subway Sadie~
Directed by: Alfred Santell

Written by:
Adele Comandini
Paul Schofield

Based on the story by Mildred Cram

Dorothy Mackaill ... Sadie Hermann
Jack Mulhall ... Herb McCarthy
Charles Murray ... Taxicab Driver
Peggy Shaw ... Ethel
Gaston Glass ... Fred Perry
Bernard Randall ... Brown
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Al Rockett Productions

Distribution Company: First National Pictures

Cinematography by: Arthur Edeson
Film Editing by: Hugh Bennett
Art Direction by: Milton Menasco
Costume Design by: Gilbert Clark
Production Manager: Al Rockett

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: September 12, 1926
~Plot Synopsis~
Surrounded by so many expensive pelts, Sadie begins dreaming about travelling to Paris someday.
While travelling to work on a crowded subway one morning, Sadie is rescued from being trampled by
handsome Herb McCarthy (Jack Mulhall), and before long, hero and heroine are inseparable. On the
verge of announcing her engagement to Herb, Sadie is suddenly given the chance to travel to Gay
Paree as a Sak's sales representative. Alas, she misses her boat due to a stalled subway car -- then
discovers that Herb's father owns the subway company! Sadie's anger subsides when Herb offers her
a trip to Paris as a honeymoon present, and the film closes with long, lingering smooch.

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com