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|Rough House Rosie|
|Directed by||Frank Strayer|
|Written by||Max Marcin (adaptation)|
George Marion, Jr. (titles)
|Screenplay by||Louise Long|
|Story by||Nunnally Johnson|
|Based on||"Rough House Rosie"|
by Nunnally Johnson
|Produced by||B. P. Schulberg|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Rough House Rosie is a 1927 American silent romantic comedy film produced and released by Paramount Pictures and directed by Frank Strayer. The film is a starring vehicle for Clara Bow who was then Paramount's most popular actress. Reed Howes, a model turned actor, is Bow's leading man.
The film was based on the story of the same name by Nunnally Johnson that appeared in The Saturday Evening Post. The story was adapted for the screen by Max Marcin, with a screenplay by Louise Long and Ethel Doherty and titles by George Marion, Jr. Rough House Rosie is now presumed lost, but a 53-second trailer survives
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