~The Taxi Dancer~
~291-5: Joan Crawford~
~Plot Synopsis~
Impoverished Southern belle Joslyn Poe (Joan Crawford) heads to New York, hoping to become a
professional dancer. Unable to land work on Broadway, she becomes a taxi dancer in a cheap dive, where
her cardsharp boyfriend Lee Rogers (Owen Moore) whiles away his time fleecing the suckers. Hoping to
escape her tawdry surroundings, Joslyn latches on to supposed gentleman James Kelvin (Douglas
Gilmore). But when Kelvin turns out to be a thief and a murderer, Joslyn returns to the arms of Rogers,
who isn't such a bad guy after all. Publicity stills from The Taxi Dancer show Joan Crawford dancing atop
a taxicab -- but alas, no such scene appears in the film.

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
Directed By: Harry F. Millarde

Written By:
Ralph Spence - titles
A.P. Younger - writer

Joan Crawford ...  Joslyn Poe
Owen Moore ...  Lee Rogers
Marc McDermott ...  Henry Brierhalter
Gertrude Astor ...  Kitty Lane
Rockliffe Fellowes ...  Stephen Bates
Douglas Gilmore ...  James Kelvin
William Orlamond ...  Doc Ganz
Claire McDowell ...  Aunt Mary
Bert Roach ...  Charlie Cook
Lou Costello ...  Extra (uncredited)
~291-58: Joan Crawford & Douglas Gilmore~
~291-8: Joan Crawford~
~291-60: Joan Crawford~
~291-66: Owen Moore & Joan Crawford~
~The Remaining Credits~

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

Cinematography by: Ira H. Morgan
Film Editing by: George Hively
Costume Design by: André-ani
Presenter: Sam E. Rork
Sets: Cedric Gibbons and David Townsend
Wardrobe: André-ani
Wardrobe Supervisor: Mrs. E.F. Chaffin

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 64 Minutes
Released: February 5, 1927