Second Youth (1924)

Romantic comedy | 6 April 1924

Director:

Albert Parker

Writer:

John Lynch

Cinematographer:

J. Roy Hunt

Production Designer:

Clark Robinson

Production Company:

Distinctive Pictures
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LITERARY
Based on the novel Second Youth
Being, in the Main, Some Account of the Middle Comedy in the Life of a New York Bachelor by Allan Eugene Updegraff (New York, 1917).
DETAILS
Release Date:
6 April 1924
Copyright Claimant:
Distinctive Pictures
Copyright Date:
12 March 1924
Copyright Number:
LP19977
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,169
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Roland Farwell Francis, a timid silk salesman, is sought after by the ladies, who think him a likely choice for the altar. Ann Winton, when she is dared by her brother-in-law, Weeks Twombly, invites the salesman to dinner and a night on the town in Greenwich Village. After several entanglements with his pursuers and their boyfriends, Francis finally becomes aggressive, is promoted to assistant buyer, and wins the hand of Ann ... +


Roland Farwell Francis, a timid silk salesman, is sought after by the ladies, who think him a likely choice for the altar. Ann Winton, when she is dared by her brother-in-law, Weeks Twombly, invites the salesman to dinner and a night on the town in Greenwich Village. After several entanglements with his pursuers and their boyfriends, Francis finally becomes aggressive, is promoted to assistant buyer, and wins the hand of Ann Winton. +

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