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High Steppers (1926)

 |  Drama  |  14 March 1926 (USA)
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Julian Perryam gets thrown out of Oxford University and returns to the family estate outside of London. He discovers that his sister and his mother are caught up in the "jazz" life and ... See full summary »

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Audrey Nye
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Evelyn Iffield
Rita Carewe ...
Janet Perryam
John T. Murray ...
Cyril Buckland
Edwards Davis ...
Victor Buckland
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Father Perryam
Clarissa Selwynne ...
Mrs. Perryam (as Clarissa Selwyn)
Charles Sellon ...
Grandpa Perryam
John Steppling ...
Maj. Iffield
Emily Fitzroy ...
Mrs. Iffield
Margaret McWade ...
Mrs. Clancy
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Julian Perryam gets thrown out of Oxford University and returns to the family estate outside of London. He discovers that his sister and his mother are caught up in the "jazz" life and their father, who's the editor of a tabloid scandal rag, is too busy to notice. He also discovers that his sister is in love with the scoundrel son of his father's publisher, Victor Buckland. Learning that Buckland is actually an embezzler, Julian gets a job as a reporter on a muckraking publication and sets out to expose Buckland. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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14 March 1926 (USA)  »

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Alto Bordo  »

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