Clara Bow was an American actress, best remembered as ‘The It Girl’ for her performance in the 1927 romantic silent film ‘It.’ She became a leading sex symbol during the 1920s and appeared in more than 40 films. She made her screen debut in the 1922 silent film ‘Beyond the Rainbow.’ Her first talkie was ‘The Wild Party’ (1929). Some of her successful films include ‘Down to the Sea in Ships’ (1922), ‘My Lady’s Lips’ (1925), ‘Wings’ (1927), ‘Red Hair’ (1928), ‘True to the Navy’ (1930), ‘Call Her Savage’ (1932), and ‘Hoopla’ (1933), which was also her final film appearance. Some of her unsuccessful films were ‘Enemies of Women’ (1923), ‘Grit’ (1924), ‘The Runaway’ (1926), ‘Paramount on Parade’ (1930), and ‘No Limit’ (1931). She was awarded a star on the ‘Hollywood Walk of Fame’ in 1960. Bow was the biggest box-office draw in the 1920s.
Winner of the first Academy Award for Best Picture in 1927, Wings is about two best friends whose mutual attraction towards the same woman puts their friendship at risk. At the same time, a girl from their hometown wastes away as she longs for one of the men.
When a young, rich and famous divorce laywer comes to town, a beautiful woman named Alverna, finds herself attracted to him, despite being married.
Miss Ruby Nolan is a counter girl working at a San Diego soda shop. She is pursued by a lot of sailors. However, her heart actually belongs to a man named Bull’s Eye McCoy. However, McCoy is someone who doesn’t want to be tied down to one woman.
Jean and Ted grew up together in an affluent society, but they are both children of divorced parents, which is why they have a cynical attitude towards relationships and marriage. Jean and Ted however develops feelings for one another, but things take a turn after another woman Kitty tricks Ted into marrying her, although she loves another man.
The pampered daughter of a plantation owner, Hula, rescues a man from drowning, who had come to oversee the construction of a dam on her father’s property. She falls for him, but the problem is that he is already married. However, Hula is persistent, and therefore, he promises to get a divorce from his wife.
Wild girls at a college pay more attention to attending parties than their classes. One of these party girls, Stella, goes too far at a local bar and lands herself in trouble, and her professor comes to rescue her. She eventually wins the professor’s respect and accompanies him on a jungle expedition.
Hugh Carver is a football star studying at Prescott College, who falls for a popular party girl named Cynthia Day. Soon, he finds it impossible to keep her happy as well as keep up with his studies and sports training, and therefore their relationship goes through difficulties.
The Saturday Night is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of two sisters Mayme and Janie, who work as salesgirls in a Departmental Store. Although Mayme is attracted to Bill, the clerk of the store, Janie tries to steal him.
This musical film involves several stars such as Maurice Chevalier, Clara Bow, Skeets Gallagher, William Powell, and multiple stars, who appear in musical numbers.