|Writers||Louis D. Lighton (writer)
Hope Loring (writer)
|Cast||Colleen Moore Johnnie Walker Alice Lake Tully Marshall Kate Price Creighton Hale Tony Merlo Arthur Stuart Hull Freeman Wood|
|Plot||... search for Broken Hearts of Broadway on IMDb|
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|Here's Colleen Moore in one of her first starring roles, as a girl lured by the bright lights and glamour of a Broadway career. As you can guess from the title, things don't go well for her at first, and there are plenty of temptations for a good girl to go wrong. But since this is a Colleen Moore silent, instead of a Warner Bros. Pre-Code talkie, there's sure to be a happy ending! |
Colleen was just on the verge of stardom herself at this point; her breakthrough in "Flaming Youth" was less than six months away. But even at this point, she plainly has the talent and charm that would serve her well as a top Hollywood star. Organ score by Bob Vaughn.
Supplemental material: Monty Banks finds love and mischief at the amusement park, in the two-reel comedy "Hot Sands" (1924). Plus: a photo gallery of Colleen Moore portraits and memorabilia.
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