|The Boy Friend|
|Directed by||Monta Bell|
|Written by||Alice D. G. Miller (adaptation)|
|Based on||The Book of Charm|
by John Alexander Kirkpatrick
|Edited by||Blanche Sewell|
The Boy Friend is a lost 1926 American romantic comedy film directed by Monta Bell. Based on the play The Book of Charm by John Alexander Kirkpatrick, the film starred Marceline Day and John Harron. This film also marked the film debut of character actress Elizabeth Patterson.
Comedy about a small-town girl unhappy with her family, and a boy trying to please her by throwing a big party.
- Marceline Day – Ida May Harper
- John Harron – Joe Pond
- George K. Arthur – Book Agent
- Ward Crane – Lester White
- Gertrude Astor – Mrs. White
- Otto Hoffman – Mr. Harper
- Maidel Turner – Mrs. Wilson
- Gwen Lee – Pettie Wilson
- Elizabeth Patterson – Mrs. Harper
- White Munden, Kenneth (1997). The American Film Institute Catalog of Motion Pictures Produced in the United States: Feature Films, 1921-1930. University of California Press. p. 80. ISBN 0-520-20969-9.
- Monush, Barry (2003). The Encyclopedia of Hollywood Film Actors: From the Silent Era to 1965, Volume 1. 1. Hal Leonard Corporation. p. 587. ISBN 1-557-83551-9.
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