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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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A popular Broadway juvenile of the 1910s, dark-haired Gregory Kelly proved a big hit opposite a very young Ruth Gordon in Booth Tarkington's Seventeen in 1918. (Another Kelly, future movie tough guy Paul Kelly, was also in the cast). They married three years later, a union that sadly ended with Kelly's early death in 1927. Working solely on the East Coast, he seems to have appeared in only two films: Manhattan (1924) as Jacqueline Logan's brother; and the still extant The Show Off (1927) filmed by Malcolm St. Clair on locations in Philadelphia and at Paramount's studios in Astoria, Queens. Kelly once again portrayed the leading lady's brother, but his romantic interest was no less than a young, radiant, Louise Brooks.