Broadway Melody, the first screen musical, tells of a vaudeville sister team coming in from the middle west, with the older girl engaged to a song-and-dance boy in a Broadway revue. Latter goes for…
A teetotaler will be doubtful of his own sobriety after sitting through The New Babylon. So restless is the direction that this film has only the vestige of continuity. Faces, feet, mud, singers…
Those familiar with Cecil B. DeMille's work will see almost a resume of his entire screen career [to date] in this society picture heavily seasoned with dramatic hoke.
This is the real old burlesque, in its background, people and atmosphere. So was Beth Brown's book, and Garret Fort has adapted with sufficient fidelity to hold together the odd story that makes an…
In The Love Parade, second starring talker for Maurice Chevalier, Paramount has its first original screen operetta production whose story is more than made up in magnificence of sets and costumes…
Story is loose jointed and far from well knit, the audience being asked to take plenty for granted.
This is Lionel Barrymore's first full-length directorial effort on a talker. Taking X as an actor-proof meller and conceding its author, the Frenchman Alexandre Bisson, knew emotion well enough to…
British Legation in Peking is under assault of Boxer hordes. One of the officials, anticipating a massacre, sends his little daughter to the protection of a friendly Chinese noble, Dr Fu Manchu. In…
Jolt-packed crook melodrama in dialog. Lots of reliable excitement, de luxe production values and general audience satisfaction.
Whole story [from the play by Frederick Lonsdale] is sentimental, a deftly manipulated series of the bunk about the good girl drawn into associations with a band of crooks, getting herself accepted…
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