|Riley of the Rainbow Division|
|Directed by||Bobby Ray|
|Produced by||Morris R. Schlank|
|Written by||Arthur Hoerl |
|Starring||Creighton Hale |
|Edited by||Harry Forbes|
|Distributed by||Anchor Film Distributors|
|July 15, 1928|
Riley of the Rainbow Division is a 1928 American silent war comedy film directed by Bobby Ray and starring Creighton Hale, Al Alt and Pauline Garon. In Britain, it was released under the alternative title of Flappers in Khaki.
Following America's entry into World War I, two friends enlist as doughboys. However, their fiancées decide they want to marry them before they go off to war and enter their training camp in disguise. They end up accompanying them to Europe where they become embroiled with German spies.
- Creighton Hale as Riley
- Al Alt as Henry Graham
- Pauline Garon as Gertie Bowers
- Joan Standing as Mabel
- Jack Carlyle as Sgt. McMullen
- Lafe McKee
- Rolfe Sedan
- Jack Raymond
- Munden p.644
- Munden, Kenneth White. The American Film Institute Catalog of Motion Pictures Produced in the United States, Part 1. University of California Press, 1997.
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