A cute young flapper enjoys the company of high-society gentlemen until she finds love with a rugged man of the mountains. After he rescues her from snakes, she decides that city boys simply don't suffice anymore.

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Nan Rutledge
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A cute young flapper enjoys the company of high-society gentlemen until she finds love with a rugged man of the mountains. After he rescues her from snakes, she decides that city boys simply don't suffice anymore.

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18 September 1921 (USA)  »

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Moonlight Follies (1921) - Lost Silent ?
16 September 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Vivacious Nan Rutledge ( Marie Prevost ) spends most of her time staging moonlight dances at her father's country home and provoking men into falling in love with her. When her father ( Lionel Belmore ) orders her to pick a husband and settle down, she selects at random wealthy woman-hater Anthony Griswold ( George Fillmore ). When he finally proposes, she accepts, then changes her mind in front of guests. But he abducts her, takes her to his mountain cabin, and sends for the parson.

This 1921 silent comedy was produced by The Universal Film Manufacturing Company, starring popular actress Marie Prevost. The survival status of Moonlight Follies is listed as unknown, sadly suggesting it may now be a lost silent film.


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