~The Red Mill~
~274-28: Marion Davies~
~Plot Synopsis~
Tina, a general slavey at the Red Mill Inn who suffers from the extreme temper of her employer,
Willem, falls in love with Dennis, a visitor to the Netherlands. Gretchen, the burgomaster's
daughter, is betrothed to the elderly governor, though she is actually in love with Captain Edam.
Tina masquerades as Gretchen in order to prevent the forced marriage, and when she is locked in a
haunted mill, she is rescued by Dennis.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed: Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle  

Written by:
Frances Marion - adaptation and scenario
Joseph Farnham - titles

Based on the novel The Red Mill; a Musical Comedy by Victor Herbert,
Henry Martyn Blossom (New York, 1906).

Marion Davies ...  Tina
Owen Moore ...  Dennis
Louise Fazenda ...  Gretchen
George Siegmann ...  Willem (as George Siegman)
Karl Dane ...  Captain Jacop Van Goop
Russ Powell ...  Burgomaster (as J. Russell Powell)
Snitz Edwards ...  Caesar
William Orlamond ...  Governor
Ignatz ...  Himself - a Mouse
Kay Deslys ...  Skater (uncredited)
Sally Eilers ...  Skater (uncredited)
Fred Gamble ...  Innkeeper (uncredited)
Mary Ann Jackson ...  Little Girl (uncredited)
Scotty Mattraw ...  Cook (uncredited)
Carl 'Major' Roup ...  Extra (uncredited)
Turner Savage ...  Boy (uncredited)
~274-68: Marion Davies~
~274-11: Caption read on original photograph:
Marion Davies as the quaint Dutch heroine in
her new Cosmopolitan vehicle "The Red Mill"
filmed at the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios.~
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Cosmopolitan Productions for MGM

Released by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corporation (MGM)

Cinematography by: Hendrik Sartov
Film Editing by: Daniel J. Gray
Set Decoration by: Cedric Gibbons & Merrill Pye
Wardrobe: André-ani
Music by: Victor Herbert
Orchestrator: Michael Picton

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 74 Minutes
Released: January 29, 1927
~Marion Davies & Owen
~274-97: Louise Fazenda & Marion Davies~