Starring Madge Bellamy and Harrison Ford
June, 1926

Women and girls will love this, and when they are safely out of hearing of the boy friend, admit how true a picture of the modern girl's life it is.

Sandy is a flaming youthful who Charlestons and pets, with a code of morals quite clear to herself, if not to her parents. She marries and tires to be worthy of motherhood, though she has discovered her possessive husband an awful person. Her baby dies; she goes searching for love again and gets hurt pretty badly in the whole process.

Such is the story, not new by any means, but here so intelligently directed y William Beaumont and exquisitely played by Madge Bellamy that it is not merely another flapper film but a human document. Harrison Ford plays a very human lawyer quite perfectly.

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