|Directed by||Alan Crosland|
|Story by||Louis Bromfield|
|Based on||Bobbed Hair (1925 novel) by 20 co-authors (see list in article)|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Bobbed Hair is a 1925 American silent comedy film directed by Alan Crosland and starring Marie Prevost, Kenneth Harlan, Louise Fazenda, and Dolores Costello. It was based on a 1925 novel of the same name written by twenty different authors. The film was produced and distributed by Warner Bros.
As described in a review in a film magazine, Connemara Moore (Prevost) has two suitors, one likes bobbed hair, the other does not. In escaping from both she enters the car of David Lacy (Harlan), a stranger which proves to have been stolen from bootleggers and is swept into a succession of exciting situations including an attack by hijackers, a fight in a private yacht, and rescue by the stranger – who takes her to his beautiful home to which her own party is brought. Eventually it turns out that the hero was looking for adventure and found romance as well and that the girl has become enmeshed in a trap set by revenue officers. When the time for the show-down comes, she has only one side of her hair bobbed and this means that the handsome stranger has won.
A surviving print of Bobbed Hair is housed in a foreign archive.