~The Plumber's Daughter~
Directed by: Larry Semon

Written by:
Robert Eddy - story
Randall Faye - story
Al Giebler - titles (as A.H. Giebler)
Grover Jones - scenario
Harry McCoy - story
Earle Rodney - scenario
Phil Whitman - story

Alice Day ... Alice Fawcett - the Plumber's Daughter
Dan Maines ... Ed Fawcett - Alice's Father (as Don Maines)
Eddie Quillan ... Buddy Jones
Danny O'Shea ... Danny Duncan
Alma Bennett ... Alma Washburn
Evelyn Sherman ... Mrs. Washburn
Irving Bacon ... Fountain Owner
Billy Gilbert ... Fountain Owner's Assistant
Leo Sulky ... Servant
George Gray ... Man on Park Bench
Dave Morris ... Danny's Confidant
Alice Belcher  ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Barney Hellum ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Bud Ross ... Minor Role (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Mack Sennett Comedies

Distribution Company: Pathé Exchange (1927) (USA) (theatrical)

Produced by: Mack Sennett
Cinematography by: Harry M. Fowler
Film Editing by: William Hornbeck
Production Supervisor: John A. Waldron
Special Photography by: K.C. MacLean

Length: 2 Reels
Runtime: Approximately 20 Minutes
Released: February 13, 1927
~Plot Synopsis~
This girl is hanging out with her boyfriend and her dad gets mad at her because they aren't wearing
pants. So her plumber father puts her to work in the shop. Alice wears a disguise while working and
hilarity ensues.