~Are Parents People?~
~Adolphe Menjou & Florence Vidor~
~Plot Synopsis~
Betty Bronson, who found overnight success when she played the title character in Peter Pan, has the
ingenue lead in this curiously named domestic drama. Mr. and Mrs. Hazlitt (Adolphe Menjou and
Florence Vidor) have never learned the give and take of a marriage relationship and have decided to
divorce for reasons of incompatibility. Their daughter, Lita (Bronson), is away at boarding school, and
she's devastated by the news. She read that estranged parents can be brought back together if their child
is in danger, and she decides to use this to her advantage. When she is accused of writing a romantic
letter to a movie star that her roommate actually penned, she writes a suicide note and runs away from
the school. While her parents are in a panic over her whereabouts, she is sleeping in the easy chair of Dr.
Dacer (Lawrence Grey), the handsome young physician at the girls' school. Dacer is not even aware that
she's there until the morning, when he finds her. By that time, the Hazlitts have reconciled, and Dacer
proposes to Lita.

Plot Synopsis from allmovie.com
Directed by: Malcolm St. Clair    

Written by: Frances Agnew

Based on the short story "Are Parents People?" by Alice Duer Miller in  Are
Parents People?  by Alice Duer Miller (New York, 1924).

Betty Bronson ...  Lita Hazlitt
Florence Vidor ...  Mrs. Hazlitt
Adolphe Menjou ...  Mr. Hazlitt
George Beranger ...  Maurice Mansfield
Lawrence Gray ...  Dr. Dacer
Mary Beth Milford ...  Aurella Wilton
Emily Fitzroy ...  Margaret
William Courtright ...  Freebody
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Famous Players-Lasky Corporation

Distributed by: Paramount Pictures

Cinematography by: Bert Glennon    
Costume Design by: Howard Greer    
Presenters: Jesse L. Lasky & Adolph Zukor

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: July 14, 1925