Helen’s Babies (1924




A young man, who has vowed never to marry and doesn’t particularly like children, is left in charge of his two very young nieces. At first they drive him to distraction, but then he begins to warm to them, and also to a beautiful young local girl.

Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com


Director: William A. Seiter
Writers: John Habberton (story), Louis D. Lighton | 1 more credit »
Stars: Baby Peggy, Clara Bow, Jeanne Carpenter |



Author: Old Boy

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