Directed by Robert G. Vignola. Marion Davies, ace comedienne and protégé/paramour to William Randolph Hearst, plays a millionaire’s spoiled daughter who is whipped into shape by the actor playing Petruchio in a local production of The Taming of the Shrew. This delightful silent comedy is best remembered today for its Art Deco production design (sets, costumes, lighting) by prominent designer Joseph Urban. Chicago jazz pianist David Drazin will provide live musical accompaniment. Preserved by the Library of Congress.