Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Bebe Daniels never let her public or her studio down. In Daring Youth, Daniels delivers her usual sprightly performance as the free-thinking wife of Norman Kerry. Entering into marriage on the understanding that she will be given unbridled freedom to do what she wants with whom she wants, Daniels sorely taxes the patience of poor Kerry. But he's certain that she'll get over her hubris and settle down to become a proper housewife-which, after several comic escapades, she does. Daring Youth was directed by William Beaudine, long before he became entrenched as the King of Poverty Row.
husband-and-wife, marriage, newlywed