A small-town girl goes to New York hoping to become a star on Broadway, but the best she can do are roles as chorus girls. She falls in with a “fast” crowd, notably a “party girl” named Cherry Blow, and finds herself involved with wild parties, horny millionaires and her boyfriend from back home who has come to New York to marry her.
Director: Ida May Park.
Stars: Dorothy Phillips, Juanita Hansen, William Stowell, Harry von Meter, Lon Chaney, Gladys Tennyson, Eve Southern.
Likeable film preaching the strength of a virtuous life during the riot of wild parties, loose women and millionaires looking for cheap one-night stands on old Broadway. For me, the highlight is avery early appearance of Lon Chaney as a country hick involved with the heroine. Never has virginity proved more valuable than it in this kind of film. It is a must for people trying to see Chaney’s early, non-horror work. Thanks for offering it Jon.