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Broadway After Dark (1924)

 |  Comedy  |  31 May 1924 (USA)
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A brash young man-about-town is attracted to a Broadway actress, but her flirtatious ways turn him off and make him want to change his life. He takes a room in a quite boarding-house that ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Rose Dulane
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Helen Tremaine
Edmund Burns ...
Jack Devlin
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Lenore Vance
Vera Lewis ...
Mrs. Smith
Willard Louis ...
Slim Scott
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Carl Fisher
James Quinn ...
Ed Fisher (as Jimmy Quinn)
Edgar Norton ...
The Old Actor
Gladys Tennyson ...
Vera
Ethel Browning ...
The Chorus Girl (as Ethel Miller)
Otto Hoffman ...
Norton's Valet
Lew Harvey ...
Tom Devery
Michael Dark ...
George Vance
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A brash young man-about-town is attracted to a Broadway actress, but her flirtatious ways turn him off and make him want to change his life. He takes a room in a quite boarding-house that caters to theatrical people. He soon meets Rose, a working girl who has just been fired because of a previous jail sentence, and decides to help her. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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