Manhandled | Chicago Reader


Allan Dwan's personal favorite of the many films he made with Gloria Swanson, this 1924 silent feature is a typically energetic farce about a New York shopgirl who crashes high society posing as a European princess. Dwan shares Frank Capra's concern with “little people,” but his films, devoid of Capra's political-moral bombast, often seem more genuinely felt. 75 min.


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