Mabel Vandergrift moves from the country to the city and enrolls in an upscale college. She starts to hang around with a "fast" crowd, and one night at a party a young man picks her for his... See full summary »

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Lois Whittall
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Ralph Adams
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Mabel Vandegrift
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Peter Farnham
Philo McCullough ...
Reggy Adams
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Dirk Vandegrift
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Ma Vandegrift
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Leigh Whittall
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Lorena
Henry Hebert ...
Calnan (as H.J. Herbert)
Fontaine La Rue ...
Mrs. Mantell
Truman Van Dyke ...
Dick
Dorothy Wood ...
Flo
Marjorie Bonner ...
Maisie
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Mabel Vandergrift moves from the country to the city and enrolls in an upscale college. She starts to hang around with a "fast" crowd, and one night at a party a young man picks her for his "conquest". She fends him off, but when he is later found dead she is charged with his murder. Her boyfriend from back home hears about her troubles and comes to the city to clear her name and find the real killer. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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2 February 1924 (USA)  »

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What's Your Daughter Doing?  »

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Fairly ordinary
9 November 2003 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Summary: (Society Melodrama) Country girl Mabel Vandegrift enrolls in a fashionable city college and there she joins a fast-moving crowd. During a houseparty Reggy Adams tries to force his attentions on her, but she escapes. Later, when he is found dead, she is accused of murdering him. Her country sweetheart, Peter Farnham, solves the mystery, and all ends happily.

Note: Originally released in May 1923 as What's Your Daughter Doing.

I've only seen this film frame by frame (and incomplete), but it seems to be pretty good for its time. There are some beautiful shots.


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