Bare Knees is a flapper film that's fun to watch just to see Virginia Lee Corbin showcasing her independence and her pretty figure. This film was made before the Wall Street crash which ushered in the Great Depression. Afterwards, flapper films quickly lost their appeal and were replaced by breezy musicals and social dramas. Roll back the clock and watch one of the fast moving, light-hearted, flapper films of the late 1920s.
A genuine "Flapper" movie from the '20s about a girl who goes to her sister's birthday party with bare knees, cigarettes and all the Jazz Age accessories -- causing quite a stir! Silent.
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