Are Parents People? (1925) - Rotten Tomatoes

Are Parents People? (1925)

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This frothy satire takes a sharp poke at the social values of the early 1920s as it tells the tale of a plucky little girl who fears that her constantly bickering parents really are going through with their divorce. To stop them, she runs away from home and ends up spending the night in the office of a friendly doctor.

Cast

Emily Fitzroy
as Margaret
Florence Vidor
as Mrs. Hazlitt
Adolphe Menjou
as Mr. Hazlitt
André Beranger
as Maurice Mansfield
Lawrence Gray
as Dr. Docer
Mary Beth Milford
as Aurelia Wilton
Betty Bronson
as Lita Hazlitt
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Are Parents People? is well played by Adolphe Menjou, Florence Vidor and Betty Bronson, and there is one excellent comedy scene by André de Béranger.

October 6, 2021 | Full Review…

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