Bare Knees

Bare Knees is a 1928 American silent film comedy-drama directed by Erle C. Kenton and starring Virginia Lee Corbin as Billie Durey, the family's black sheep, who returns to her small hometown causing a sensation with her short skirts, cigarettes and other "flapper" accoutrements.[1][2]

Bare Knees
Directed byErle C. Kenton
Produced bySam Sax
Harold Shumate
Written byAdele Buffington (story)
Harold Shumate (adaptation)
Casey Robinson (intertitles)
StarringVirginia Lee Corbin
CinematographyJames Diamond
Distributed byGotham Pictures / Lumas Film Corporation
Release date
February 1, 1928
Running time
61 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)

An extant film, it is available on DVD (along with the 1928 Hairbreadth Harry comedy "Danger Ahead") from Grapevine Video, transferred from the only known 35mm nitrate print.[3][4]



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