Hearts of Youth
Hearts of Youth is a lost 1921 American silent film based on the novel Ishmael by E. D. E. N. Southworth. The film was directed by Tom Miranda and Millard Webb, with Webb writing the adaption for the screen. The movie stars Harold Goodwin, Colin Kenny, and Iris Ashton, and was released by the Fox Film Corporation
|Hearts of Youth|
Still with Harold Goodwin and Lillian Hall
|Directed by||Tom Miranda|
|Screenplay by||Millard Webb|
by E. D. E. N. Southworth
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Ishmael Worth renounces his young sweetheart, Beatrice, because he believes himself to be illegitimate and does not want to bring shame to her. Later it is revealed that his mother and father had married. His father's previous wife, thought to be dead, turns up to confront him; but the fact that the first wife was a bigamist makes her marriage to Ishmael's father null and void and the marriage between his mother and father therefore valid. Ishmael, having a legitimate father, now can give Beatrice an honest name.
- American Silent Feature Film Survival Database: Hearts of Youth
- "Hearts of Youth". American Film Institute.
- Dan Pavlides. "Hearts of Youth". The New York Times.
- Hearts of Youth on IMDb
- Hearts of Youth at the American Film Institute Catalog
- Hearts of Youth at the TCM Movie Database
- Synopsis at AllMovie