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Mary Sundale
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John Ashler
Carl Miller ...
Oscar Pleat
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Sir Robert Sundale
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Lady Kitty Sundale
Cleve Moore ...
Dick Sundale (as Cleve Morison)
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Beamish
Blanche Payson ...
Johanna
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Dolly Wimple
Louis Payne ...
Sir William Wimple
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A rebellious young British flapper goes against the old-fashioned views of her parents. Although she is attracted to a stable, hard-working engineer named John, she begins a flirtatious relationship with married writer Oscar, who sees her as nothing more than another notch on his bedpost. John and her parents try to dissuade her from carrying on with Oscar, but the more they try, the more determined she becomes to pursue him. Complications ensue. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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15 November 1925 (USA)  »

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The play "We Moderns" opened on Broadway at the Gaiety Theatre on March 11th, 1924, and ran for only twenty-two performances. The show was staged and produced by Harrison Grey Fiske, and starred Helen Hayes, Kenneth MacKenna and O.P. Heggie. See more »

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