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Are Parents People? (1925)

 |  Comedy  |  14 July 1925 (USA)
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The teenage daughter of a wealthy couple is horrified to find out that her parents, who spend most of their time fighting with each other, are planning to divorce. She schemes to get them ... See full summary »

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The teenage daughter of a wealthy couple is horrified to find out that her parents, who spend most of their time fighting with each other, are planning to divorce. She schemes to get them back together by pretending to fall for a dimwitted actor, hoping that her parents will unite to prevent the "romance". Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Silent comedy remains agreeable
8 July 2003 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews



The Malcolm St. Clair's silent Adolph Menjou comedies are such a pleasure, it's sad to see how badly he coped with the arrival of sound, ending doing some of Laurel and Hardy's most feeble films.

So much watching people talk, with minimum titling, throws attention firmly on talented leads.

Here the team is in great form with (over age) daughter Bronson re-uniting super civilized parents Menjou and Vidor by becoming involved with `that movie sheik' Beranger. The gleaming home decors and evening dressed leads show the Paramount comedy firmly in place before Lubitsch and Claudette Colbert showed up.


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