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Young Romance (1915)

Young Romance, released in 1915, is a recent rediscovery that forever silences the claim that refined comedy cannot be conveyed via the screen. This disguise plot, worthy of an Elizabethan ... See full summary »

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Nellie Nolan
Florence Dagmar ...
Lou
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Tom Clancy
Frederick Wilson ...
Meyer
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Spagnoli (as Al Garcia)
Marshall Mackaye ...
Bellboy (as Marshall Mackay)
Harry De Vere ...
Silas Jenkins
J. Parks Jones ...
Young Jenkins (as Parke Jones)
Violet Drew ...
Telegraph Operator
Mrs. Lewis McCord ...
Landlady
Gertrude Kellar ...
Mrs. Jenkins (as Miss Kellar)
Charles Wells ...
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Dorothy Abril ...
Miss Jenkins (as Miss Abril)
Miss White ...
Girl at Cigar Counter
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Jack
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Young Romance, released in 1915, is a recent rediscovery that forever silences the claim that refined comedy cannot be conveyed via the screen. This disguise plot, worthy of an Elizabethan drama, was written by William deMille (brother of Cecil, father of Agnes), and directed by George Melford ("The Sheik," the Spanish "Dracula"). Written by Anonymous

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12 March 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Young Romance (1915)

** 1/2 (out of 4)

Early romantic comedy directed by William C. DeMille and Cecil B. DeMille (even though the IMDb credits someone else). A poor girl (Edith Taliaferrpo) and poor boy (Florence Dagmar) work at the same department store but don't know one another. They've both got a week's vacation coming up and both decide to pretend to be rich in hopes of finding someone rich to marry them. They both end up at the same resort and eventually hook up with both thinking the other is rich. The biggest problem with this film is that, like most romantic comedies of today, the thing is just way too predictable but the star's charm keeps things going. The best scene is when the two go on a date at an expensive restaurant and the waiter keeps order the most expensive stuff on the menu not knowing the guy is poor and won't be able to pay for it.


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