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Beauty's Worth (1922) Poster

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Opening Title Card: In these days of glittering exteriors it behooves the young to examine carefully lest they mistake a highly polished personality for genuine soul of gold.

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Title Card: Misses Cynthia and Elizabeth Whitney, to whom the whole Twentieth Century is a work of Satan.

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Aunt Elizabeth Whitney: Goodness!

Aunt Cynthia Whitney: What if our niece were to have heard thy profanity... . for it was nothing less sister, nothing less!

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Title Card: Miss Prudence Cole, their niece - - a bit of pure gold, but as yet unpolished.

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Aunt Elizabeth Whitney: Twice this very day have I rebuked thee for singing tunes that are not in the hymn book!

Aunt Cynthia Whitney: Thee must not prance, child! Walk soberly as befits a Whitney and a gentlewoman.

Prudence Cole: I'm awfully sorry, I didn't mean to be wicked.

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Henry Garrison: You're the best looking girl I have ever seen... .. in Pottstown.

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Henry Garrison: Here's to the belle of Pottstown.

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Mrs. Garrison: How long before you are going to let Prudence come out?

Aunt Cynthia Whitney: What does thee mean 'come out'?

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Mrs. Garrison: You remember playing with Prudence, don't you, Henry?

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Aunt Elizabeth Whitney: Remember thy maidenly manners, child, and be not bold nor too backward, either.

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Title Card: Amy Tillson, who has a summer resort mind and hopes to land a gold-lined husband.

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Amy Tillson: Can't you think of something exciting, Tommy?

Tommy: Charades are ripping!

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Henry Garrison: I suppose you are going to play with the society seals in the pool.

[Prudence thinks and then laughs]

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Title Card: Two days were enough to convince Prudence that she was regarded in the same light as an extra tire, but she was determined to die game.

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Cheyne Rovein: I wonder what a little diamond like that is doing among all these rhinestones?

Peter: She needs a good bit of polishing, I'm thinking, sir!

Cheyne Rovein: It isn't that, Peter. All she really needs is a platinum setting.

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Prudence Cole: I should think a man might be genius and still be a gentleman.

Cheyne Rovein: So there is a little fight back under your demure exterior! It's a delightful surprise.

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Prudence Cole: Why do you want to do all this for me?

Cheyne Rovein: So that the world may recognize beauty's worth.

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Amy Tillson: [to Prudence] I wouldn't want to lure you into the water in that bathing suit... .. you would surely sink.

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Cheyne Rovein: What can I do for you?

Prudence Cole: They sent me up to ask you if you would take charge of some charades the young people are getting up.

Cheyne Rovein: Do you mean those brainless puppies expect me to amuse them?

Prudence Cole: Yes.

Cheyne Rovein: Go back and tell them I am an artist, not the manager of a menagerie.

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Cheyne Rovein: Don't call those stupid snobs my friends! I have to put up with them just the same as I do mosquitoes.

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Cheyne Rovein: I shall expect unhesitating obedience to my wishes.

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Cheyne Rovein: You may not know it, Miss Cole, but you are a far truer artistic type than anyone else here.

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Tommy: Why, she's... .. she's ripping!

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Jane: Such sinful clothes! What would thy aunts say to all this?

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Prudence Cole: I should think it worth a great effort to fight for one's dreams.

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Prudence Cole: Henry, tell me... . how would you define *Love*?

Henry Garrison: It's the way you feel towards somebody who is awfully smart and will dressed...... and all that sort of thing.

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[last lines]

Prudence Cole: If you don't understand, I can't explain.

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Henry Garrison: You certainly look delightfully smart this morning.

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Society Man: She's not a quaker, she's a shaker.

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Tommy: Gosh, your gown is ripping!

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Prudence Cole: Tell me, what would you say that love is?

Cheyne Rovein: Love - - love is companionship and understanding - - the joy of being with the one you love - - of giving to the one you love.

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Mrs. Garrison: [at the swimming pool] Isn't it wonderful the way Prudence is developing?

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Mrs. Garrison: You don't realize how Prudence has come out since she has been here.

Aunt Elizabeth Whitney: I realized how much she had come out the moment I saw her.

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Henry Garrison: I haven't told you the real reason why I'm so anxious to have you allow Prudence to remain. By Jove, old dears, I've made up my mind to marry the girl.

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Henry Garrison: I think Prudence was jolly good.

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Henry Garrison: Prudence, when are we going to get married?

Prudence Cole: But Henry, I have not said I love you!

Henry Garrison: Listen, I'm talking to you about marriage! Why get off on another subject?

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Prudence Cole: I only did exactly what you told me to do. What shall I do now?

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Society Matron: Why, the child is shimmying!

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