The Wild Party
The Wild Party (1929)

In this film, the irresponsible Stella Ames (Clara Bow) spends her college career attending parties rather than studying. However, when she ends up in the difficult class of the handsome, but stern, Professor Gil Gilmore (Fredrick March),… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Drama, Comedy
Release Date: April 6, 1929
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Emanuel Levy

The film's historical merits are greater than its artistic ones: It's Paramount first sound film, directed by Dorothy Arzner (the only women to have a sustained directing career at the time), and the star is "It" Girl, Clara Bow.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

It was a frivolous vehicle for the very appealing 'good time girl' Clara.

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Byron Brubaker
Clara Bow falls back on silent era gestures occasionally, but for the most part she shows a great command of the role in her first talkie. As directed by… More