Young girl becomes a "flapper", defying her parents and the community.
Youth-Wild, Free and Reckless. Middle-Age -Out For One Last Fling. A High Steppin' Entertainment against a Kaleidoscopic Panorama of New York. (Print Ad- Sunday Vindicator, ((Youngstown, Ohio)) 29 August 1926)
Did You Know?
This marks the Paramount Pictures debut of Clara Bow
. She was chosen for the role of Katherine "Kittens" Westcourt after the studio's first choice, Betty Bronson
, was rejected after several screen tests; director Herbert Brenon
stated that "when she tried to be sexy, she looked like a little girl that wanted to go to the bathroom." See more
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