|Folly of Youth|
|Directed by||Paul Hurst|
|Written by||George Hively|
|Produced by|| Jack Mower |
William O. Russell
|Starring|| Gaston Glass |
|Distributed by||Usla Company|
|February 7, 1925|
Folly of Youth is a 1925 American independent silent crime drama film directed by Paul Hurst and starring Gaston Glass, Hedda Nova and Noah Beery.It takes place during the era of Prohibition.
After his sister falls ill from drinking some bad booze, Robert Cartwright sets out to investigate and expose those bootleggers but unexpectedly encounters an attractive woman who has been roped into the gang of criminals.
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