~The Foolish Age~
~Doris May~
~Plot Synopsis~
After graduating from college, rich girl Margery Carr (Doris May) decides to do some good in the world.
Much to the chagrin of her father (Otis Harlan), she decides to open an office to help derelicts. For her
secretary, she picks an ex-gangster named Bubbs (who else but Bull Montana?) out of the throng. To
push her cause, she throws a reception at her home and then has a party at a theater -- and of course,
she invites all her down-and-outers. Eventually, she realizes that maybe she doesn't belong amongst the
criminal element and returns to her sedate life as a society girl, and to her fiancé. This was Doris May's
first picture in which she was starred on her own.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com
Directed by: William A. Seiter

Written by: Violet Clark - writer
William A. Seiter - writer

Based on the story by Hunt Stromberg

Doris May ...  Margie Carr
Hallam Cooley ...  Homer Dean Chadwick
Otis Harlan ...  Old Top: Carr
Arthur Hoyt ...  Lester Hicks
Lillian Worth ...  Flossy
Bull Montana ...  Bubbs
William Elmer ...  Cauliflower Jim (as Billy Elmer)
W.C. Robinson ...  Todd (as Spike Robinson)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Hunt Stromberg Productions

Released by: Robertson-Cole Distributing Corporation

Cinematography by: Bert Cann
Art Direction by: W.L. Heywood
Assistant Director: Lewis Milestone

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: October 16, 1921