Free to Love
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Free to Love
Clara Bow and Donald Keith were teamed in several low-budget romantic comedies of the 1920s, but only Bow made it to the big time. In Free Love, settlement-house clergyman James Crawford (Keith) does his best to reform several paroled convicts. One of these is Marie Anthony (Bow), who isn't as hard-boiled as she pretends to be. When Crawford rescues Marie from the machinations of criminal masterminds Tony (Raymond McKee) and Jack (Hallam Cooley), the grateful heroine instantly falls in love with the minister and embraces the tenets of Christianity. The film was retitled Free to Love in the… More