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  Colleen Moore (right).
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Flaming Youth
(1923) American
B&W : Feature film
Directed by John Francis Dillon

Cast: Colleen Moore [Patricia Fentriss], Milton Sills [Cary Scott], Elliott Dexter [Doctor Bobs], Sylvia Breamer [Dee Fentriss], Myrtle Stedman [Mona Fentriss], Betty Francisco [Connie Fentriss], Phillips Smalley [Ralph Fentriss], Walter McGrail [Jamieson James], Ben Lyon [Monty Standish], George Barraud [Fred Browning], John Patrick [Warren Graves], Geno Carrado (Gino Corrado) [Leo Stenak], Gertrude Astor [Annie], Michael Dark [Sidney Rathbone], Rosalind Byrne [a Fabian flapper], Richard Arlen [extra]

Associated First National Pictures, Incorporated, production; distributed by Associated First National Pictures, Incorporated. / Scenario by [?] Harry O. Hoyt?, from the novel Flaming Youth by Warner Fabian. / Released 12 November 1923. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format.

[?] Drama?

Survival status: The film is presumed lost : Print exists in the Library of Congress film archive [incomplete 35mm positive (one reel of fragmentary footage, possibly production outtakes)].

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Keywords: Flappers

Listing updated: 25 March 2015.

References: Dowd-Vidor pp. 45, 52; Drew-Speaking pp. 162, 171, 172, 181, 282; Kerr-Silent pp. 292; Paris-Brooks pp. 127-128 : Website-IMDb : with additional information provided by Bruce Calvert.

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