|Putting It Over|
|Directed by||Donald Crisp|
|Produced by||Adolph Zukor|
|Written by||George Weston (story)|
Marion Fairfax (scenario)
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Putting It Over is a lost 1919 American silent comedy film directed by Donald Crisp and starring Bryant Washburn. The film was produced by Famous Players-Lasky with distribution being handled by Paramount Pictures.
As described in a film magazine, Buddy (Washburn) works in a drug store mixing soda waters for $12 a week. By calling his landlady "Dearie" and making love to her daughter, he is allowed certain liberties around his boarding house. He falls in love with a stenographer and in a moment of confidence proposes to her, and she accepts. He tells her that he makes $50 a week. A cut in the workforce at the drug store finds him without a job. He is also ejected from his room, and spends the night in the park. During the long hours of the night he evolves a scheme which the drug store puts into practice, and he soon has a position at his old firm paying $50 a week. On the day he accepts the job offer the wedding bells ring out.
- Bryant Washburn as Robert "Buddy" Marsh
- Shirley Mason as Mary Stacey
- Adele Farrington as Mrs. Peeler
- Winifred Greenwood as Miss June Peeler
- Casson Ferguson as Perkins
- Clarence Geldart as Mr. Hard (credited as C.H. Geldert)
- Edward Alexander as Percival
- Robert Dunbar as Chilton
- Guy Oliver as Policeman
- Edna Mae Cooper
- The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog: Putting It Over
- The AFI Catalog of Feature Films: Putting It Over
- "Reviews: Putting It Over". Exhibitors Herald. New York City: Exhibitors Herald Company. 8 (24): 42. June 7, 1919.