Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson have turned out an average Cinderella story for Janet Gaynor, and she plays it. And sings it. David Butler in direction does so well by Gaynor that you even…
Fox Movietone Follies is good entertainment all the way. The numbers, specialties and song and dance stuff come through very well. One bit done in Technicolor offers a variant from the…
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…
Jolt-packed crook melodrama in dialog. Lots of reliable excitement, de luxe production values and general audience satisfaction.
With Al Jolson, Say It with Songs is a marked advancement for him as a screen player. It far overshadows The Jazz Singer or The Singing Fool in that respect.
Four Feathers is a good picture. Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack were the producers. They made Chang. It is no secret that Feathers' treatment was primarily photographic. The dramatics…
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…
A sensational array of screen names and the intriguing nature of the story (The Green Hat) from which it was made, together with some magnificent acting by Greta Garbo, carries through this vague and…
Ziegfeld's  stage Rio Rita [with songs by Harry Tierney and Joe McCarthy], from which the screenplay was adapted, had a national fame but played comparatively little territory in the legit.
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.
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