The Girl from Everywhere (Edward F. Cline, 1927)

Director: Edward F. Cline
Producer: Mack Sennett, John A. Waldron
Writer: Vernon Smith, Harry McCoy, Al Giebler, Betty Browne
Cinematographer: Vernon L. Walker, St. Elmo Boyce, Lee Davis, Louis Jennings

Daphne Pollard (Minnie Stitch)
Dot Farley (Madame Zweibach)
Mack Swain (Wilfred Ashcraft)
Carole Lombard (Vera Veranda – Miss Anybody)
Irving Bacon (casting director)
Roger Moore (Mr. Filbert – actor)
Sterling Holloway (Assistant Director)
Billy Bevan (Messenger)
Andy Clyde (Publicity man)
Barney Hellum (Cameraman)
Carmelita Geraghty (Bathing Girl, uncredited)
Madalynne Field (Big Girl, uncredited)
Greta Granstedt (uncredited)
Vernon Dent (uncredited)
Louise Carver (uncredited)
Alice Belcher (uncredited)
Daisy Bufford (uncredited)

Plot Summary
The story concerns the wild antics on a movie set. Director Wifred Ashcraft presides over a series of mishaps including a lion on the loose and the ravings of a megalomaniac Austrian actress.

Release Date: December 11, 1927 (USA)
Running Time: 45 minutes

Carole Lombard in a publicity portrait for The Girl from Everywhere (1927).