Playboy Teddy Ward wants to marry Jeannie King, an artist, but his father wants him to marry Loris Lane, but tells Teddy he can marry whom he pleases if he will make the Mountain Inn a profitable operation. Teddy agrees, and with the support of his friends arranges an ice-boat race with a $10,000 prize to the winner. A problem arises when his father refuses to pay such an amount. Teddy thinks one of his friends will win the race and refuse the prize, but champion racer "Duke" Slade shows up and Teddy knows he will take the money. Some movie stars show up and, while using their own names, are definitely not playing "Self" in this fictional film.
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In the spring of 1925 a little group of youths and girls was selected from over 40,000 applicants to learn the technique of photoplay acting in Paramount's big Eastern studios. Today, some 15 months later, we present the graduates of that training school. SIXTEEN OF THE PRETTIEST GIRLS AND HANDSOMEST YOUTHS IN AMERICA in their first finished picture, "Fascinating Youth!" We regard this picture as a delightful, refreshing novelty filled to the brim with beauty, youth, grace, charm and thrills and we offer it as THE SUPREME HIT OF THE 1926-7 SEASON! (Print Ad- Sunday Star, ((Washington DC)) 11 July 1926)
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