The Truth About Youth
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The Truth About Youth
The Truth About Youth is the third film version of Henry V. Esmond's play, When We Were Twenty-One. Richard Dane (David Manners) is turning twenty-one, and his guardian, Dick Carewe (Conway Tearle) has arranged a nice surprise party for him. Unfortunately, Richard (nicknamed "Imp") never shows up for the party, as he is celebrating in his own wild and free way. This includes visiting a nightclub where the seductive Kara (Myrna Loy) holds forth. Kara has a habit of toying with the affections of young men until she gets bored with them -- which is usually when their money runs out.… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"...briefly flickers to life when [Myrna] Loy comes on as slinky nightclub singer "The Firefly," seducing [Loretta] Young's betrothed..."
‑ Sean Axmaker, Parallax View
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