~651-61: Tom Moore & Gloria Swanson~
~651-83: Gloria Swanson & Frank Allworth~
~Plot Synopsis~
When her boyfriend, Jimmy, forgets a date, Tessie McGuire, a department store clerk, attends a
party at the studio of Robert Brandt where she makes a hit with impersonations. There Riccardi
offers her a job impersonating a Russian countess in his style emporium. While she is fighting off
suitors, Jimmy becomes successful with his automobile invention; but when he returns to find Tessie
wealthy in gowns he accuses her of being "manhandled." Repenting her mistake, she is forgiven when
he realizes her true feelings.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Allan Dwan

Written by:
Julian Johnson - titles
Sidney R. Kent - story
Frank Tuttle - writer

Based on the short story "Manhandled" by Arthur Stringer in Satuday
Evening Post (29 Mar 1924).

Gloria Swanson ...  Tessie McGuire
Tom Moore ...  Jim Hogan
Lilyan Tashman ...  Pinkie Moran
Ian Keith ...  Robert Brandt
Arthur Housman ...  Chip Thorndyke
Paul McAllister ...  Paul Garretson
Frank Morgan ...  Arno Riccardi
Pierre Collosse ...  Bippo (as M. Collosse)
Marie Shelton ...  Model
Carrie Scott ...  Boarding House Keeper
Ann Pennington ...  Herself
Brooke Johns ...  Himself
Frank Allworth ...  Salesman
~651-114: Frank Morgan & Gloria Swanson~
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Famous Players-Lasky Corporation

Distribution Company: Paramount Pictures

Producer: Allan Dwan
Cinematography by: Harold Rosson
Film Editing by: Julian Johnson
Supervising Editor: William LeBaron
Presenters: Jesse L. Lasky and Adolph Zuker

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: July 22, 1924