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Is Your Daughter Safe? (1927)

About a young woman's journey into prostitution and white slavery, but, like the other films of the era, the plot was secondary to the carnal content.

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Vivian Winston ...
The Girl
Jerome Young ...
The Boy
Henry Roquemore ...
The Beast
Georgia O'Dell ...
The Madam
Slim Mahoney ...
The White Slaver
William Dennis ...
The Deceiver
Bernice Breacher ...
The Victim
Palmer Morrison ...
The Doctor
Winfield Jones ...
The Governor
Joe Bonner ...
The Rounder
Hugh Saxon ...
The Gambler
Hazel Jones ...
The Maid
Vera White ...
Lady of Leisure
Hortense Petra ...
Lady of Leisure
Virginia Hobbs ...
Lady of Leisure
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About a young woman's journey into prostitution and white slavery, but, like the other films of the era, the plot was secondary to the carnal content.

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6 June 1927 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The film was created as a compilation of footage that was, in some cases, nearly fifteen years old, and included stock footage such as medical reels containing footage of venereal diseases and films depicting white slavery. Many of the presentations were introduced at the front door, with live nude women in glass booths at the entrances. Inside, the films were usually accompanied by a medical slideshow about venereal disease and a lecture from an alleged sexual education specialist. See more »

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