|Powder My Back|
|Directed by||Roy Del Ruth|
|Written by||Joseph Jackson (adaptation)|
|Based on||story by Jerome Kingston|
|Edited by||Owen Marks|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
|March 10, 1928|
Powder My Back is a 1928 silent film comedy directed by Roy Del Ruth and starring Irene Rich. It was produced and distributed by Warner Bros. who released it with a Vitaphone music and sound effects track.
The actress of the comedy "powder My back", Fritzi Foy, was angry with Rex Hale, the mayor who closes the comedy. With the help of Fritzi's press agent, Claude, she succeeds to enter the mayor's home by performing an fake accident and tells him that she need to leave until her fully recovered. This action infuriated Hale, however, his son Jack falls in love with Fritzi. When Fritzi figures out that her action has brought misfortune to Jack, she persuade him to go back to his fiance, Ruth Stevens.
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