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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Hello Sister (1930) DVD-R

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Starring Olive Borden, Lloyd Hughes, George Fawcett, Bodil Rosing,

Norman Peck

Directed by Walter Lang



Print: black/white

Runtime: 80 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Produced and supervised by legendary silent-film director James Cruze,

Hello Sister stars Olive Borden as pert heiress Vee Newell. According to

the conditions of her grandfather's will, fun-loving Vee will come into her

legacy only if she promises to attend church regularly for six months --

and if she avoids going out on the town for a good time during the same

period. At first resistant to cooling her heels, Vee changes her mind when

she falls in love with handsome deacon Marshall Jones (Lloyd Hughes).

But her ardor isn't reciprocated, since Jones despises wealthy people.

Things turn out for the best when Jones discovers that the will was a fake

and Vee hasn't a dime to her name.

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Starring Olive Borden, Lloyd Hughes, George Fawcett, Bodil Rosing,
Norman Peck
Directed by Walter Lang

Print: black/white
Runtime: 80 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Produced and supervised by legendary silent-film director James Cruze,
Hello Sister stars Olive Borden as pert heiress Vee Newell. According to
the conditions of her grandfather's will, fun-loving Vee will come into her
legacy only if she promises to attend church regularly for six months --
and if she avoids going out on the town for a good time during the same
period. At first resistant to cooling her heels, Vee changes her mind when
she falls in love with handsome deacon Marshall Jones (Lloyd Hughes).
But her ardor isn't reciprocated, since Jones despises wealthy people.
Things turn out for the best when Jones discovers that the will was a fake
and Vee hasn't a dime to her name.

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