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The College Coquette (1929)

 |  Drama, Romance  |  5 August 1929 (USA)
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Ruth Taylor ...
Betty Forrester
William Collier Jr. ...
Tom Marion
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Doris Marlowe
John Holland ...
Coach Harvey Porter
Adda Gleason ...
Mrs. Ethel Forrester
Gretchen Hartman ...
Mrs. Marlowe
Frances Lyons ...
Edna
Edward Peil Jr. ...
Eddie Clayton ...
Ted (as Edward Clayton)
Maurice Murphy ...
Jimmy Doolittle
Billy Taft ...
Boy with ukelele
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Pure melodrama
14 February 2009 | by (San Jose, CA) – See all my reviews

This is a movie to laugh at, more than with. I enjoyed it, but as a period piece rather than a good movie. If you like the 20's, you'll love the cars, the clothes and the dialogue.

Bad girl Betty and good girl Doris go to college. Dexter College consists of football for the boys, field hockey for the girls, and drunken parties for both.

Both girls get into trouble - Betsy because she is too worldly and Doris because she is to naïve. Eventually Betty, ashamed of her own behavior and worried for her friend, tries to reform. But is she too late?


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