Artikelnummer 6517


Directed by Clarence G. Badger Josef von Sternberg (uncredited) Written by Elinor Glyn (story and adaptation) George Marion Jr. (titles) Clara Bow as Betty Lou Spence Antonio Moreno as Cyrus T. Waltham William Austin as "Monty" Montgomery Priscilla Bonner as Molly Jacqueline Gadsdon as Adela Van Norman Julia Swayne Gordon as Mrs. Van Norman Elinor Glyn as Madame Elinor Glyn Gary Cooper as Reporter Directed by Alfred J. Goulding Hal Roach Written by Harold Lloyd (uncredited) H.M. Walker Harold Lloyd as The Boy Mildred Davis as The Girl Peggy Cartwright as The Waif (as Peggy Courtwright) Snub Pollard as The Kidnapper (as Harry Pollard) Sammy Brooks (uncredited) William Gillespie (uncredited) Helen Gilmore as Hag (uncredited) Wallace Howe (uncredited) Dee Lampton as Driver (uncredited) Gus Leonard as Mr. Will Walling (uncredited) Gaylord Lloyd (uncredited) Marie Mosquini as Maid (uncredited) Fred C. Newmeyer (uncredited) Charles Stevenson as Stolen Wallet Cop (uncredited) Noah Young as Conspirator (uncredited)

IT (1927):

Spunky shopgirl Betty Lou Spence has a crush on her handsome employer, Cyrus Waltham Jr., the new manager of, and heir to, the "world's largest department store". However, they belong to different social classes and he's already romantically linked to blonde socialite Adela Van Norman. Cyrus' silly friend Monty notices Betty and she uses him to get closer to Cyrus. When Betty finally gets Cyrus's attention, she convinces him to take her on a date to Coney Island, where he is introduced to the proletarian pleasures of roller coasters and hot dogs and has a wonderful time. 

DVD-R has English intertitles with no subtitles. Approx. 75 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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A young woman stands to inherit a fortune, but a crooked lawyer deliberately doesn't tell her, that she must prove her claim before Midnight. If she fails to do so, the inheritance will go to her foster brother. As further insurance, the lawyer hires a man and his gang to kidnap her. Meanwhile, a penniless young man and an unrelated child are both hungry. The waif's dog brings them some money (taken from a crap game), so they purchase some food. When the money turns out to be counterfeit, the man tries to flee, but is finally caught by a policeman. The heiress happens to be driving by. She generously pays for the food, and the young man is allowed to go his way. Later, he gets into trouble with the police again, this time over a wallet filled with money lying on the sidewalk. To escape, he hitches a ride on a passing car, which is carrying the kidnappers. 

DVD-R has English intertitles with no subtitles. Approx. 22 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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