Molly Malone (Marguerite Gale) gets the whirlwind assignment with the New York Tribune to interview eleven Broadway stars in less than 72 hours.
The plot gimmick was actually a devise to film the stars at their own homes all over the New York area. Scenes of the famous stage stars, who played themselves, were shot at their summer homes around New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Among those stage stars making cameo appearances are May Robson, Julia Dean, Henry Kolker, Henrietta Crossman, Mme. Fjorde, Mabel Fenton, and legendary female impersonator Julian Eltinge.
Marguerite Gale plays Molly, an Irish colleen who lands a job as a newspaper reporter. Molly's editor assigns her the task of interviewing as many New York theatrical celebrities as possible. She not only accomplishes this task, but takes a record-breaking airplane flight from Connecticut to New York in order to meet her deadline. The raison d'etre for HOW MOLLY MADE GOOD was to show off a cornucopia of Broadway luminaries. Among those stage stars making cameo appearances are May Robson, Julia Dean, Henry Kolker, Henrietta Crossman, Mme. Fjorde, Mabel Fenton, and legendary female impersonator Julian Eltinge.
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