One of 14 features rising star Clara Bow made in 1925, this quickly paced programmer revolves around a playboy ne’er-do-well ripe for redemption and the faithful chorine who will always believe in him. Directed by The Lost World’s Harry O. Hoyt.
Restoration by San Francisco Silent Film Festival
Live Music by Wayne Barker
Wayne Barker has garnered acclaim both for his original compositions and live performances in the theater, including a Tony nomination for best original score on Peter and the Starcatcher. His numerous credits include piano scores for Beth Henley’s Laugh, an homage to silent-era slapstick; and Joe DiPietro’s Hollywood, centered around the 1922 murder of director William Desmond Taylor. He composed for Dame Edna Everage as well as appeared onstage as Master of the Dame’s Music for six years.
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