Publicity shot of Clara Bow for "Dancing Mothers" (1926)

Publicity shot of Clara Bow for

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Publicity shot of Clara Bow (as "Kittens") and Conway Tearle for "Dancing Mothers" (1926).

Dancing Mothers produced by Paramount Pictures, in December 1925.

Clara Bow appeared in 46 silent films and 11 talkies.

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Famous-Laskey Productions

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