|Blondes by Choice|
|Directed by||Hampton Del Ruth|
|Screenplay by||Josephine Quirk|
|Edited by||Edith Wakeling|
|Distributed by||Lumas Film Corporation|
|October 1, 1927|
When a man named Cliff's car breaks down, he is towed into the nearest town by a female motorist. It turns out the woman is named Bonnie, and she is the owner of a soon-to-be-opening beauty parlor that has riled up the town.
When she bleaches her hair to stimulate business, a local women's group comes to protest, but she orders them out. But then Cliff's wealthy mother brings Bonnie to a yacht party as her guest of honor, and the local women change their tune and decide to patronize her business; soon she pays off her mortgage and is proposed to by Cliff.
The film was well received by critics; The Casper Star-Tribune, for example, called it a "fast-moving and amusing affair," noting its expert direction. A reviewer for The Hartford Courant lauded it for its "genuinely hilarious" humor, "high-caliber" cast, and snappy pace.
- Institute, American Film (1997). The American Film Institute Catalog of Motion Pictures Produced in the United States. University of California Press. ISBN 9780520209695.
- "17 May 1928, 6 - Casper Star-Tribune at Newspapers.com". Newspapers.com. Retrieved April 3, 2019.
- "11 Mar 1928, 48 - Hartford Courant at Newspapers.com". Newspapers.com. Retrieved April 3, 2019.