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In her first talkie, Mary Pickford won 1929s Best Actress Academy Award for her delightful portrayal of Norma Besant, a flirtatious socialite who falls in love with a poor neer-do-well. When Norma tells her father she has fallen in love with Michael Jeffery (Johnny Mack Brown), her widowed father forbids the two from seeing each other, knowing that Michael will never rise to their familys social class. But the couples love is stronger than Normas obligation to obey her father, and the lovers secretly continue their romance. But when theyre seen together late one night, her father, gun in hand, sets out to settle things once and for all. Full of romance, passion and suspense, Coquette is also quite risque for its time. Some scenes, which could have upset censors, are filled more with innuendo than blatant lovemaking, adding a bit of fun to the entertainment.
Writer: Sam Taylor; John Grey; Allen McNeil
AspectRatio: 4 X 3 FULL FRAME, ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO - 1.37:1
Audio: MONO - English
ColorBW: BLACK & WHITE