This is one of those silent films with a survival status listed as unknown and very hard to find much information, other than a very brief synopsis.
The story is a comedy about a brother and sister, Joe ( J. Frank Glendon ) and his sister Carrie ( Gale Henry ) who decide to leave their Arkansas home, and head for the modern Babylon they believe Hollywood to be. Their attempts to lead a wild life backfire, they soon realize that Hollywood people are no different from the folks back home, and even their parents, Ma and Pa Powell, approve of Joe's love for motion picture star, Leonore Baxter ( Josephine Hill ) when they understand the situation. There are several scenes of Hollywood and its stars include Will Rogers' home and an Easter service at the Hollywood Bowl, Wallace Reid and family, Sessue Hayakawa and his wife, William Desmond, Bryant Washburn, Bessie Love and J. Warren Kerrigan all playing themselves in this 1922 silent.
Hopefully a copy of this film survives for public viewing and a proper review.
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