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    Daughters of Today (Unknown, Early 1930s). Window Card (14" X 22").
    This silent Jazz Age feature film, originally released in 1924, sought to warn parents of the dangers of allowing their daughters to freely party with the wild youth of the cities. Young country girl Lois (Patsy Ruth Miller) falls in with a Roaring Twenties crowd of reckless youth who drink too much and have strip poker parties. All is fun and games until an unwanted suitor (Ralph Graves) is found dead and Lois is suspect number one. Offered here is an independently produced and rare window card for this morality tale. It has had restoration to address a chip in the top right corner, small tears in the right border, and one in the bottom border, and a crease in the right side, and now displays beautifully. This is a rare exploitation piece from an early period in film history. Fine+.


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