This is a remake of a 1922 silent with Thomas Meighan doing the d.a. role which Fredric March now has. Leatrice Joy in the silent version of the Alice Duer Miller SatEvePost story gives way to…
A frothy bit of celluloid [from the play The Best People by Avery Hopwood and David Gray]. It is Miriam Hopkins' first picture. The stage artiste plays tick-tack-toe with the camera, sometimes…
A costume [from a story by Dorothy Farnum] play that rises above traditional handicaps.
The Storm served on two former occasions as a silent, in 1916 for Paramount and in 1922 for U. Lupe Velez is a French smuggler's daughter who is left with a friendly trapper by her father just before…
The original score, assembled by J.C. Breil, has been recorded for [this sound re-issue]. But though tuneful the music seems shallow in its tenderness and short of the sweeping spectacle that's the…
Paramount on Parade links together with almost incredible smoothness achievements from the smallest technical detail to the greatest artistic endeavor. Interspersed throughout the 20 numbers are 11…
A lively picture [from the musical Mr Bones], with Al Jolson singing new and old songs, including among the Irving Berlin new numbers a couple of melodious hits.
The first of a series of films made in England in conjunction with RKO. As a play John Galsworthy's Escape was a hit, but the film suffers by being made mostly with stage players, who do not…
Earth was the sixth of Aleksandr Dovzhenko's eleven productions, and it embodies the quintessence of his philosophy of life: that the tenets of the Marxist are related to the attachment of simple men…
Another chapter in the lurid melodramatic series made more or less from the detective stories by Sax Rohmer, English writer. As a picture it's absurd.
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