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Are Parents People?
(1925) American
B&W : Seven reels / 6586 feet
Directed by Malcolm St. Clair

Cast: Betty Bronson [Lita Hazlitt], Florence Vidor [Mrs. Alita Hazlitt], Adolphe Menjou [Mr. James Hazlitt], Lawrence Gray [Doctor John Dacer]; George Beranger (André Beranger) [Maurice Mansfield], Mary Beth Milford [Aurella Wilton], Emily Fitzroy [Margaret], William Courtright [Freebody]

Famous Players-Lasky Corporation production; distributed by Paramount Pictures Corporation. / Screen play (scenario) by Frances Agnew, from the novel Are Parents People? by Alice Duer Miller. Cinematography by Bert Glennon. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. / © 5 June 1925 by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation [LP21538]. Released 1 June 1925. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format.

Comedy-Drama.

Survival status: Print exists [16mm reduction positive].

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Keywords: Actors - Divorce - Families: Father-daughter relationships, Husband-wife relationships, Mother-daughter relationships - Letters - Photographs

Listing updated: 18 July 2008.

References: Film credits, film viewing : Baer-Film p. 12; Everson-American pp. 137, 268-269; FilmYearBook-1926 pp. 33, 40, 61; Limbacher-Feature p. 11; Maltin-Guide p. 54; Paris-Brooks p. 132; Sarris-Sternberg p. 10 : AmerCine-199510 p. 98; ClasIm-298 pp. 18-19 : Website-AFI; Website-IMDb.

Home video: DVD.

 
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