Modern Mothers 1928

Helene Chadwick plays her most brilliant rôle in many months, as a lovely but notorious stage star in a story of modern theater people versus society Babbitts. The script sags in a couple of spots, but it gets over its point; viz: that worthy motherhood is dependent upon the individual rather than social caste. Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., plays opposite Miss Chadwick and is charming. It's only a matter of time 'till that boy reaches the top !

Photoplay October 1928


Modern Mothers
United States 1928

Directed by
Phil Rosen

Ethel Grey Terry
George Irving


Running time:60 minutes
Country:United States

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