Our Dancing Daughters (1928)

Our Dancing Daughters


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Even those who can't recall the plot of the silent Our Dancing Daughters (and there admittedly isn't much to remember) can never forget the indelible images of Joan Crawford tearing loose with one Charleston after another. Since everyone in the film is rich, the wild parties that dominate Our Dancing Daughters are played out in the biggest mansions this side of Windsor castle. Jazz-baby Crawford is actually a good girl despite her hedonistic lifestyle. She wants to marry young millionaire Johnny … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Classics
Directed By:
Written By: Josephine Lovett
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jun 19, 1991



as Diana 'Di' Medford

as Ben Blaine

as Norman

as Ann's Mother

as Freddie

as Diana's father

as Freddie's mother

as Freddie's father

as Anne's mother
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– New York Times

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Critic Reviews for Our Dancing Daughters

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Audience Reviews for Our Dancing Daughters

Our Dancing Daughters, from MGM in 1928 is a delightful silent screen gem starring the great Joan Crawford. Joan Crawford plays Diana whom is the life of the party and the it of the young flappers. Diana meets a wealthy young man named Ben whom instantly gets her attention. The only problem is that one of her friends named Ann (Anita Page) also likes him and wants to land a wealthy man which Ben flips the bill. Both ladies battle for the love and attention from Ben....watch the classic which has many great dance numbers with Joan Crawford and to find out if either lady wins him over.

Mason Williams

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