Good References Duck Soup Cinema
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Good References is an American silent romantic comedy drama released in 1920. Actress Constance Talmadge plays Mary Wayne, who lives in New York City and must find a job in a hurry. She assumes the identity of a friend she met at an employment agency and is soon a secretary for a socialite. The son of the socialite, Bill Marshall (Vincent Coleman), has no interest in his mother’s parties and soon begins to fall in love with Mary. Preserved by the UCLA Film & Television Archive. Preservation funded by The Packard Humanities Institute, Barbara Roisman Cooper and Martin M. Cooper. Organist: Clark Wilson
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