~Three Weekends~

Clara Bow ...  Gladys O'Brien
Neil Hamilton ...  James Gordon
Harrison Ford ...  Turner
Lucille Powers ...  Miss Witherspoon
Julia Swayne Gordon ...  Mrs. Witherspoon
Jack Raymond ...  Turners secretary
Edythe Chapman ...  Ma O'Brien
Guy Oliver ...  Pa O'Brien
William Holden ...  Carter
Directed by: Clarence G. Badger

Written by:
John Farrow  - adaptation
Percy Heath  - writer
Louise Long  - writer
Herman J. Mankiewicz  - titles
Sam Mintz  - writer
Paul Perez  - titles

Based on the story by Elinor Glyn.
The Clara Bow vehicle Three Week Ends was based on a story by Elinor Glyn, the romance novelist who
bestowed the "It Girl" title upon the saucer-eyed Bow. Seeing hero James Gordon (Neil Hamilton) driving
around in an expensive, custom-built Hispano Suiza automobile, heroine Gladys O'Brien (Bow) naturally
assumes that Gordon is rich. What she doesn't know is that Gordon is a low-paid insurance salesman, who
was driving his boss' car while running an errand. Meanwhile, millionaire Turner (Harrison Ford)
develops a yearning for Gladys and invites her to a weekend party, for purposes of you-know-what.
Capriciously hiding the girl's clothes while she takes a swim, Turner is about to move in for the moment
of truth when she is rescued by the timely arrival of Gordon, who'd come to the Turner mansion to make
a sale. Not surprisingly, Gordon fails to collect his commission, but he does end up with Gladys as his

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
~Plot Synopsis~
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation

Distribution Company: Paramount Pictures

Cinematography by: Harold Rosson
Film Editing by: Tay Malarkey
Still Photographer: Eugene Richee
Dance Directors: Ruth Fanchon & Marco

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: December 8, 1928

Filmed at:
Paramount Studios - 5555 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA