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Ginger grows up in a slow town. Because of her wild attitude, her father decides to send her to a strict boarding school. Despite the strictness, the girls have fun getting into flapper lifestyle trouble including flirting.

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Genevieve 'Ginger' King
Theodore Westman Jr. ...
Bill Forbes
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Richard Channing (as W.P. Carleton)
Warren Cook ...
Sen. King - Ginger's Father
Katherine Johnston ...
Hortense
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Tom Morran - The Eel
Louise Lindroth ...
Elmina Buttons (as Frances Marshall)
Marcia Harris ...
Mrs. Paddles
Charles Craig ...
Rev. Cushil
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King Jr
Maurice Steuart ...
Schoolboy (as Maury Stewart Jr.)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Aleene Bergman ...
Schoolgirl (uncredited)
Barbara Butler ...
Schoolgirl (uncredited)
Mildred Cheshire ...
Schoolgirl (uncredited)
Russell Hewitt ...
Schoolboy (uncredited)
Dorothy Kent ...
Schoolgirl (uncredited)
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Schoolgirl (uncredited)
Athole Shearer ...
Schoolgirl (uncredited)
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Schoolgirl (uncredited)

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Alan Crosland

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Frances Marion ... (screenplay)
 
Frances Marion ... (story)

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John W. Brown ... (as Jack Brown)

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H.J. McCord

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Vernon Caldwell ... art titles

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Myron Selznick ... presenter

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Plot Summary

Small town girl Ginger King ( Olive Thomas ) , attends a Eastern boarding school and yearns for a more glamorous life. Dissatisfied with her military school boyfriend, Bill Forbes, she meets the older Richard Channing and goes to a country club dance with him. More bold after that adventure, Ginger, while on her way home for a holiday, meets two crooks who entrust some stolen jewels to her for safekeeping. Ginger then puts the jewels on and appears in her home town dressed as a vamp. Once the crooks reappear, however, she realizes the seriousness of the situation and gives up her pretensions to return to Bill. Written by Pamela Short

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Taglines In which "Sixteen" finds stealing hearts a more dangerous pastime than stealing doughnuts. (Print ad- The Age, ((Melbourne, Vic.)) 30 October 1920) See more »
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Also Known As
  • Вертушка (Russia)
  • Neiskusno devojče (Yugoslavia, Serbian title)
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  • 88 min
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Trivia A then-unknown Norma Shearer has an uncredited bit part in this film. See more »

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