Children of Divorce [Blu-ray/DVD]


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Kitty Flanders (Yvonne Pelletier), Jean Waddington and Ted Larrabee (Don Marion) are all "children of divorce" -- the two girls are left in a convent school by their mothers and Ted's upbringing is sketchy at best. When the three of them grow up, Ted (now played by Gary Cooper) falls deeply in love with Jean (the beautiful Esther Ralston). Kitty (Clara Bow) loves Vico, an impoverished prince (Einar Hansen), but she refuses to marry him because her mother, Katherine (Hedda Hopper), has drilled into her the necessity of marrying for money. So Kitty sets her sights on the wealthy Ted, even though Jean is her friend. After a night of drunken revelry, Ted wakes up to find he and Kitty are married. Even though he is desperately unhappy, Jean doesn't want their parents' mistake repeated and refuses to allow him to seek a divorce so that he can marry her. A few years later, things have gotten much worse for Kitty and Ted. Although they have a baby, it does nothing for the marriage and Ted does everything he can to avoid his unwanted wife. Then Kitty finds out that, for religious reasons, Vico can never marry a divorced woman. Since she can see no other way out, she poisons herself so that Ted and Jean can be together. ~ Janiss Garza, Rovi

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1 hour, 11 minutes
  • Dolby Digital Surround EX (simulated 6.1)
  • Blu-ray region A (North America, Central America, South America, Japan, Taiwan, North Korea, South Korea, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia)
  • USA & territories, Canada
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  • "Clara Bow: Discovering the 'It' "Girl" - Narrated by Courtney Love, this hour-long film documents the life of the woman who would become the icon of the flapper era from her tragic childhood to her tumultuous personal life as Hollywood's first sex symbol
  • Souvenir Booklet - Featuring rare photographs; an essay by film preservationist and Clara Bow biographer David Stenn; notes on the production of the documentary by Producer-Director Hugh Munro Neely; and a brief write-up about the music by Rodney Sauer, Score compiler and Director of The Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra
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