Passed | | Comedy, Romance
A salesgirl with plenty of "it" (sex appeal) pursues a handsome playboy.
Though the film is billed as an adaptation of Elinor Glyn's novel "It," the two stories have nothing to do with each other except that both revolve around her concept of "It." In her preface to the novel, Glyn wrote, "This is not the story of the moving ... ...
Cyrus Waltham Jr.:
You idiot! Who's the girl?
Monty Montgomery: She's a ripping sort, really. She's positively top heavy with IT!
As Waltham climbs onto the anchor, his shirt sleeve is intact. The scene cuts away to Monty & Adela in the rowboat for a brief moment but in the next scene, Waltham's sleeve is completely torn.
$411,891 (USA) (31 December 1927)
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