~The Boob~
~234-32: Tony D'Algy~
Many Thanks to Jack Theakston & Eric Grayson for the Identification of this Photograph.
~Plot Synopsis~
Peter Good, an idealistic young farmhand, finds that Amy, the girl of his dreams, does not requite his
love, and goes forth in search of adventures. He arrives at a roadhouse to which Amy has been brought
by Harry Benson, a young city sport wanted by the authorities for bootlegging, and climbs into the car
in which Amy is being abducted. A running fight ensues, which ends when the car crashes, slightly
bruising all occupants. Harry is taken into custody by dry agents and reconciliation between Amy and
Peter follows. (Studio press book.)  
Directed by: William A. Wellman

Written by:
George Scarborough - story
Annette Westbay - story
Kenneth B. Clarke - scenario
Katherine Hilliker - titles
H.H. Caldwell - titles

Gertrude Olmstead ...Amy
George K. Arthur ...Peter Good
Joan Crawford ...Jane, a Revenue Agent
Charles Murray ...Cactus Jim
Tony D'Algy ...Harry Benson (as Antonio D'Algy)
Hank Mann ...The Village Soda Clerk
Edythe Chapman ...The Old Lady (uncredited)
Babe London ...Fat Girl (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

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

Original Music by: Arthur Barrow
Cinematography by: William H. Daniels
Film Editing by: Ben Lewis
Set Decoration by: Ben Carré & Cedric Gibbons

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 64 Minutes
Released: May 17, 1926