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DATE
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ETR
5 Jan 18
p. 447.
ETR
2 Feb 18
p. 763.
MPW
26 Jan 18
p. 570.
MPW
12 Jan 18
p. 18.
NYDM
26 Jan 18
p. 20.
Wid's
17 Jan 18
p. 879.
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Cam
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LITERARY
Based on the novelette "Broadway Love" by W. Carey Wonderly in Snappy Stories (18 Jun 1916).
DETAILS
Release Date:
21 January 1918
Copyright Claimant:
Bluebird Photoplays, Inc.
Copyright Date:
26 December 1917
Copyright Number:
LP11872
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Midge O'Hara, a Broadway chorus girl, attends a party at the apartment of chorus queen, Cherry Blow, to convince Cherry to be kinder to her suitor, Jack Chalvey. Things get too lively for Midge's liking, and she is escorted home by Henry Rockwell. When the wealthy Westerner tries to embrace her, Midge struggles from the cab and is injured and taken to the hospital. Now honestly in love with Midge, Henry follows her to Atlantic City and proposes, while Cherry finally accepts Jack's ... +


Midge O'Hara, a Broadway chorus girl, attends a party at the apartment of chorus queen, Cherry Blow, to convince Cherry to be kinder to her suitor, Jack Chalvey. Things get too lively for Midge's liking, and she is escorted home by Henry Rockwell. When the wealthy Westerner tries to embrace her, Midge struggles from the cab and is injured and taken to the hospital. Now honestly in love with Midge, Henry follows her to Atlantic City and proposes, while Cherry finally accepts Jack's love. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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