"Damaged Goods" pictures the terrible consequences of vice and the physical ruin that follows the abuse of moral law. It is a stirring plea for a pure life before marriage, in order to make impossible the transmission of unhealthy hereditary traits to future generations.
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A VITAL DRAMA of MORAL UPLIFT In Seven Awe-Inspiring Parts! (original poster)
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Did You Know?
The first Broadway run of the play Damaged Goods (original French title: Les Avaries) opened at the Fulton Theatre, on West 46th Street, on March 14th, 1914, and ran for 66 performances. The production starred Richard Bennett
, Laura Burt
, Grace Elliston
, Amelia Gardner
, Clarence Handyside
, Wilton Lackaye Jr.
(who co-produced the show with Bennett), Adrienne Morrison
and Margaret Wycherly
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Re-released in 1915 in a re-edited version, with some scenes retaken. See more
Version of Damaged Goods