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

The Dancers (1925) DVD-R

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Starring George O'Brien, Alma Rubens, Madge Bellamy, Templar Saxe,

Joan Standing

Directed by Emmet J. Flynn



Print: black/white

Runtime: 70 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



This drama (adapted from the play by Gerald du Maurier and Viola Tree)

was typical for its era: a jazz baby parties up a storm and pays the price

for her sins. Tony (George O'Brien) and Una (Madge Bellamy) are

childhood sweethearts who promise to marry when they grow up. Tony

travels to South America, where he opens up a successful saloon and

dance hall. One of the dancers, Maxine (Alma Rubens), falls in love with

him, but he remains true to Una. Una, however, has immersed herself in a

round of wild parties and she totally forgets Tony. She allows one of her

admirers, Evan Carruthers (Freeman Wood), to take advantage of her.

Tony becomes very wealthy upon his uncle's death, and he returns home

to settle his affairs and marry Una. Although Una's aunt insists that she

keep her affair with Evan a secret, Una's guilt is overwhelming. Finally, as

they are about to be married, she confesses all to Tony. He forgives her,

but she takes poison and dies anyhow. Tony returns to South America and

weds Maxine.

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Starring George O'Brien, Alma Rubens, Madge Bellamy, Templar Saxe,
Joan Standing
Directed by Emmet J. Flynn

Print: black/white
Runtime: 70 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

This drama (adapted from the play by Gerald du Maurier and Viola Tree)
was typical for its era: a jazz baby parties up a storm and pays the price
for her sins. Tony (George O'Brien) and Una (Madge Bellamy) are
childhood sweethearts who promise to marry when they grow up. Tony
travels to South America, where he opens up a successful saloon and
dance hall. One of the dancers, Maxine (Alma Rubens), falls in love with
him, but he remains true to Una. Una, however, has immersed herself in a
round of wild parties and she totally forgets Tony. She allows one of her
admirers, Evan Carruthers (Freeman Wood), to take advantage of her.
Tony becomes very wealthy upon his uncle's death, and he returns home
to settle his affairs and marry Una. Although Una's aunt insists that she
keep her affair with Evan a secret, Una's guilt is overwhelming. Finally, as
they are about to be married, she confesses all to Tony. He forgives her,
but she takes poison and dies anyhow. Tony returns to South America and
weds Maxine.

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