When this article was first seen in The Chicago Daily News (prior to being picked up by the fast crowd at Flapper Magazine) Colleen Moore was all of twenty-one years of age with fourteen Hollywood films to her credit. This interview was conducted over lunch by veteran Hollywood reporter Gladys Hall, who no doubt, picked up the check; on that day Miss Moore wanted to talk about flappers.
The all-knowing, all-seeing elders of Hollywood were perfectly fine about casting flappers to play various film rolls, but they didn't always produce films that were sympathetic to their causes; for example, the editors of Flapper Magazine hated this movie.
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