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A mother and father try to find a way to protect their young daughter against the influences of booze, wild parties and (gasp!) dancing during the Jazz Age.
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Beth MacDougall
Don Dillaway ...
Larry Bennett
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Rev. John MacDougall
Leila McIntyre ...
Mary MacDougall
Edward Woods ...
Dorothy Granger ...
Hortense
Adele Riggs ...
Ellen Devereaux, Helen's Mother
Marion Quigley ...
Helen 'Sugar' Devereaux
Donald Thompson ...
Tom Devereaux
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Detective Cahill
Otis Harlan ...
Justice of the Peace Michael O'Connors
Doris Eaton ...
Doris Devereaux (edited from 'Tell Your Children') (archive footage)
Walter Tennyson ...
Bill (edited from 'Tell Your Children') (archive footage)
Margaret Halstan ...
Doris' Stepmother (edited from 'Tell Your Children') (archive footage)
Warwick Ward ...
The Duke (edited from 'Tell Your Children') (archive footage)
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A mother and father try to find a way to protect their young daughter against the influences of booze, wild parties and (gasp!) dancing during the Jazz Age.

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1933 (USA)  »

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Protect Your Daughters  »

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This is a re-edited re-release of _Marriage on Approval (1933_ (QV) with three new, brief framing sequences added. See more »

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Larry Bennett: [to his wife, who is growing impatient] "Keep your pants, your shoes, keep them on!"
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Edited from Tell Your Children (1922) See more »

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Dull
29 February 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Protect Your Daughter (1933)

** (out of 4)

Listen up all you mothers. Did you know that if your daughter was a virgin yet you suspected her of being a whore and told her about it, the virgin daughter would "put the game in the name" and become a whore. This is a tragic, hard hitting and emotionally devastating drama that packs a punch like no other film from this era. Nah, I'm just bullshitting but this is a decent exploitation film that actually has a decent story. There aren't any over the top laughs but it's still watchable.


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