~Monte Carlo~
~250-136: Lew Cody~
~Plot Synopsis~
Three smalltown girls--Flossie, a giantess; Hope Durant, a seamstress, and Sally Roxford, a
schoolteacher--win a trip to Monte Carlo, sponsored by their local newspaper, with Bancroft, the star
reporter, as their guide. Tony Townsend, an American who has been evicted from numerous hotels
in Monte Carlo for failure to pay bills, registers at the same hotel as Sally and accidentally meets her
while evading detectives on a balcony. Tony borrows the uniform of a Prince Boris, which he finds in
an adjoining suite, and is mistaken for the prince. At a fashion show that night, Sally models for
Pierre, a great designer, and Tony becomes enamored of her, while Flossie mistakes the doorman for
a duke and Hope takes a waiter for a count. Following his escape from anarchists, Tony declares his
love for Sally, is jailed as an imposter, but is released through the intervention of the real prince and
leaves for America with Sally.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Christy Cabanne

Written by:
Joseph Farnham - titles
Alice D.G. Miller - adaptation & screenplay
Carey Wilson - story

Lew Cody ...  Tony Townsend
Gertrude Olmstead ...  Sally Roxford
Roy D'Arcy ...  Prince Boris
Karl Dane ...  The Doorman
Zasu Pitts ...  Hope Durant
Trixie Friganza ...  Flossie Payne
Margaret Campbell ...  Grand Duchess Marie
André Lanoy ...  Ludvig
Max Barwyn ...  Sarleff
Barbara Shears ...  Princess Ilene
Harry Myers ...  Greves
Cesare Gravina ...  Count Davigny
Tony D'Algy ...  Varo (as Antonio D'Algy)
Arthur Hoyt ...  Bancroft
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

Original Music by: Emo Rapee
Cinematography by: William H. Daniels
Film Editing by: William LeVanway
Art Direction by: Cedric Gibbons & Merrill Pye
Costume Design by: André-ani, Kathleen Kay and Maude Marsh

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 minutes
Released: March 1, 1926
~250-109: Karl Dane and Trixie Friganza~
~250-140: Gertrude Olmstead~