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Norma Talmadge Double Feature

Norma Talmadge Double Feature

Norma Talmadge Double Feature Norma Talmadge Double Feature Nr
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From World War I until the Great Depression, the most famous sisters in the entertainment world were the Brooklyn-raised Talmagdges: Norma, Natalie, and Constance. Norma, the eldest, was a dramatic actress of great talent and restraint, and revered by a public that could identify with the brave, tragic heroine through a myriad of melodramas and tragedies. Norma developed into one of the screen's greatest actresses, This film showcases Norma as a high-spirited Parisian gamine determined to become a chorus girl and win the heart of the Follies manager (Ronald Colman) - even if it means performing some unladylike stunts. Filmed in New York City, Within the Law follows a shopgirl unjustly accused of shoplifting, who is sent to jail. She plots revenge against her former employer, using "Rich Men's" legal tricks against him, yet staying "within the law."
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