~Gentlemen Prefer Blondes~
~1082-97: Emily Fitzroy~

Ruth Taylor ...  Lorelei Lee
Alice White ...  Dorothy Shaw
Ford Sterling ...  Gus Eisman
Holmes Herbert ...  Henry Spoffard
Mack Swain ...  Sir Francis Beekman
Emily Fitzroy ...  Lady Beekman
Trixie Friganza ...  Mrs. Spoffard
Blanche Friderici ...  Miss Chapman (as Blanche Frederici)
Edward Faust ...  Robert (as Ed Faust)
Eugene Borden ...  Louis
Margaret Seddon ...  Lorelei's Mother
Luke Cosgrave ...  Lorelei's Grandfather
Chester Conklin ...  Judge
Yorke Sherwood ...  Mr. Jennings
Mildred Boyd ...  Lulu
René Cardona
Directed by: Malcolm St. Clair

Written by:
John Emerson - writer
Anita Loos - screenplay & titles
Herman J. Mankiewicz - titles

Based on the novel Gentlemen Prefer Blondes ; the Illuminating Diary of
a Professional Lady by Anita Loos (New York, 1925).
Notorious blonde gold digger Lorelei Lee (Ruth Taylor) books passage on an ocean liner for herself
and a friend, Dorothy Shaw (Alice White), with money "borrowed" from Chicago button king Gus
Eisman (Ford Sterling). Also bound for Europe on the liner is America's richest bachelor, Henry
Spoffard (Holmes Herbert), who plans to investigate reports of immoral activities of American
tourists in Paris. To amuse herself while Spoffard is seasick in his cabin, Lorelei persuades Sir
Francis Beekman (Mack Swain), a wealthy Englishman who is attracted to her, to give her money to
buy his wife's diamond tiara. In Paris, Lorelei lures Spoffard to her room, then hides him in a closet
while his mother, their lawyer, the Beekmans, and Gus Eisman all come demanding explanations.
The situation is finally resolved; Spoffard and Lorelei marry on the return trip to New York.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
~Plot Synopsis~
~Alice White & Ruth Taylor~
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation

Distribution Company: Paramount Pictures

Cinematography by: Harold Rosson
Film Editing by: Jane Loring & William Shea
Unit Manager: Richard Blaydon
Second Assistant Director: Joe Dill
Second Assistant Director: George Hippard
Props: John Leonard
Assistant Props: George Sherman
Additional Camera Operator: A. Clark
Assistant Grip: Kenneth De Land
Assistant Camera: Leonard Gilers, Arthur LaSchelle & Cliff Shirpser
Grip: Roy Watson
Supervising Editor: Hector Turnbull
Unit Clerk: Gertrude May

Length: 8 Reels
Runtime: 75 Minutes
Released: January 22, 1928