In a follow-up to her trendsetting silent "Our Dancing Daughters," Joan Crawford returns to the role of a reckless Jazz Age baby getting her kicks with torrid kisses and wild parties. Crawford is joined by her "Daughters" co-star Anita Page.
With kohl-rimmed eyes and rouged lips, flapper fatale Billie Brown demands to live life on her terms, not society's. So she brazenly vamps a handsome diplomat in hopes of furthering her fiance's career. It's a perfect plan - until Billie loses her heart to the diplomat. In a follow-up to her trendsetting silent Our Dancing Daughters, Joan Crawford returns to the role of a reckless Jazz Age baby getting her kicks with torrid kisses and wild parties. Crawford is joined by her Daughters co-star Anita Page and by Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., who would soon wed his leading lady. An extra treat for film buffs: Fairbanks' hilarious impersonations of John Barrymore, John Gilbert and his own swashbuckling dad.
A Roaring Twenties romantic quadrangle that shimmers in barely-there gowns and lush, art deco interiors.
This sequel to "Our Dancing Daughters" centers on Billie and Abbott, a couple who have just gotten married. However, there's one person opposed to the union, and that's Kentucky Brown -- who's pregnant with Abbott's baby. What will happen when the truth is revealed'
Film is silent. The MGM/UA Home Video releases feature a musical score and sound effects.
Other writers: Josephine Lovett (story and continuity) and Ruth Cummings (titles).
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