~The Joy Girl~
~Promotional Portrait of Olive Borden~
~Olive Borden~
~Plot Synopsis~
This playful Allan Dwan effort stars Olive Borden as impulsive flapper Jewel Courage, who dumps the
man she loves, a humble chauffeur (Jimmy Grainger Jr.) in favor of millionaire John Jeffrey Fleet (Neil
Hamilton). Jewel soon discovers that Fleet is actually the chauffeur and her ex-beau is the millionaire; the
two merely traded places for a lark. Briefly taken aback, Jewel decides to prove that she, too, can change
her spots, and before long she has become a wealthy boadicea of Big Business. Stills from The Joy Girl
suggest that the film's principal selling angle was the stunning beauty of Olive Borden, who appeared in a
variety of revealing outfits. A lengthy Technicolor sequence allowed the viewer several tantalizing
glimpses of Palm Beach, Florida, vintage 1927.

Plot Synopsis from allmovie.com
Directed by: Allan Dwan    

Written by:  
Frances Agnew  - writer
Malcolm Stuart Boylan - titles
Adele Comandini - adaptation

Based on the short story "The Joy Girl" by May Edginton in The Saturday
Evening Post (13 Nov--18 Dec 1926).

Olive Borden ...  Jewel Courage
Neil Hamilton ...  John Jeffrey Fleet
Marie Dressler ...  Mrs. Heath
Mary Alden ...  Mrs. Courage
William Norris ...  Herbert Courage
Helen Chandler ...  Flora
Jerry Miley ...  Vicary
Frank Walsh ...  Hugh Sandman
Clarence Elmer ...  Valet (as Clarence J. Elmer)
Peggy Kelly ...  Isolde
Jimmy Grainger Jr. ...  Chauffeur
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Fox Film Corporation

Cinematography by: William Miller & George Webber    
Assistant Directors: Clarence Elmer & Edmund Grainger   
Presenter: William Fox

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: September 3, 1927
~DW3-84: Olive Borden~
~DW3-26: Neil Hamilton & Olive Borden~
~DW3-190: Unknown & Olive Borden~