The Primrose Path 1925

The primrose path

Bruce Armstrong (MacDonald) is quite wealthy. He is also a drinker, a gambler, and pretty much worthless as a human being. For some reason, Marilyn Merrill (Bow), a successful dancer, sticks by him. In spite of this, he gambles with her boss, and when he loses, he writes bad checks. In order to avoid jail, Armstrong gets involved in diamond smuggling.

Director: Harry O. Hoyt
Writer: Leah Baird
Stars: Wallace MacDonald, Clara Bow, Arline Pretty



My Lady of Whims 1925

my lady of whims

Clara plays wealthy Prudence Severin, whose reckless, profligate behaviour causes nothing but headaches for her father. A detective (Lee Moran) is hired to protect Prudence from herself but to no avail.
Director: Dallas M. Fitzgerald
Writers: Edgar Franklin (story “Protecting Prue”), Doris Schroeder
Stars: Clara Bow, Donald Keith, Carmelita Geraghty

Capital Punishment 1925

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An experiment in death penalty. A man is accused of a murder, that never happened. Complications arise.
Director: James P. Hogan
Writers: Florence L. Gilbert (titles), John F. Goodrich
Stars: Clara Bow, George Hackathorne, Elliott Dexter

Dancing Mothers 1926


Dancing mothers

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Neglected by her philandering husband and her busy daughter (Clara Bow), a woman (Alice Joyce) makes a play for the man both she and her daughter love.
Initial release: March 1, 1926
Director: Herbert Brenon
Production company: Paramount Pictures
Story by: Edmund Goulding, Edgar Selwyn
Producers: Adolph Zukor, Jesse L. Lasky

Stars: Alice Joyce, Norman Trevor, Clara Bow

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Get Your Man 1927

Get your man


Initial release: December 4, 1927 (New York City)
Director: Dorothy Arzner
Story by: Louis Verneuil
Cinematography: Alfred Gilks
Stars: Clara Bow, Charles ‘Buddy’ Rogers, Josef Swickard
Producers: B. P. Schulberg, Adolph Zukor, Jesse L. Lasky


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.

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