Proud Flesh

(1925)
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The snooty Fernanda decides to visit her uncle in Frisco to escape the attentions on Don Diego but he follows her. Alone in Frisco with her duena, Fernanda can't get over the Frisco "mountains" but likes the hilltop mansion with many bathrooms. She is rescued from a wild taxi ride by a passerby who owns a huge plumbing company. Of course Fernanda thinks he is a common plumber and snubs him.

  1. King Vidor

    Director

  2. Agnes Christine Johnston

    Writer

  3. Harry Behn

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Eleanor Boardman

    Eleanor Boardman

    Fernanda

  2. Pat O'Malley

    Pat O'Malley

    Pat O'Malley

  3. Harrison Ford

    Harrison Ford

    Don Jaime

  4. Trixie Friganza

    Trixie Friganza

    Mrs. McKee

  5. William J. Kelly

    Mr. McKee

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Status Released

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  • April 27, 1925
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 10m

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