Manslaughter | Chicago Reader


One of the most entertaining of the moral parables, liberally larded with sex and sin, that made Cecil B. De Mille the most popular director of the 1920s. Leatrice Joy is a playgirl who runs over a motorcycle cop she's trying to vamp and gets sent to women's prison. This 1922 feature is too much of a stern warning to youth to be taken seriously, but it's lively filmmaking nonetheless. With Thomas Meighan and Lois Wilson. 100 min.


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