Synopsis by Hal Erickson
May McAvoy plays the nose-in-the-air title character in Warner Bros' The Little Snob. The daughter of Coney Island concessionaire Alec B. Francis, McAvoy is shipped off to a posh finishing school. Upon her return, she turns her back on her blue-collar family and begins hobnobbing with the New York Upper Crust. McAvoy recovers her basic values just in time to find true happiness in the arms of her sideshow-barker sweetheart Robert Frazer. The Little Snob was May McAvoy's final silent effort; thereafter, she would appear only in talkies or part-talkies, billed by her studio as "The Vitaphone Girl."
happiness, love, snob, sweetheart