Joan Crawford stripped to her teddy and tore into a Charleston powered by a zillion watts of sexual energy - and shocked the corsets and cravats off parents who'd heard disturbing rumblings of what their children were up to.
USA Today - 07/12/1991
"...The flapper drama that shot Crawford to stardom..."
Description by OLDIES.com:
In Our Dancing Daughters, Joan Crawford stripped to her teddy and tore into a Charleston powered by a zillion watts of sexual energy - and shocked the corsets and cravats off parents who'd heard disturbing rumblings of what their children were up to. But the younger generation couldn't get enough: they'd found their icon of Flaming Youth. Crawford became a star in this milestone silent about a good girl who hides her heart behind a party-girl mask and loses the man she loves to a gold digger. The film's portrait of a fascinating (and a bit frightening) breed of young women who match men drink for drink and vice for vice was so popular it bred two similarly themed movies: Our Modern Maidens and Our Blushing Brides.
A free-spirited flapper who loves to dance and drink bathtub gin loses her man to another woman being pushed into the marriage. Silent film with music score. Academy Award Nominations: 2, including Best Writing.
A flapper named Diana is on cloud nine, for she has fallen in love with Ben Blain, who's heir to a fortune. But she tumbles off that cloud when Anne, a cunning temptress, not only steals Ben from her, but marries him. Is our heroine doomed to a life of heartbreak and sorrow' Or will justice prevail, with Diana winning Johnny back'
Film is silent. The MGM/UA Home Video releases feature a musical score and sound effects.
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