We Live Again is a fine, artistic production which further impresses Anna Sten as a celluloid satellite, vividly displaying her histrionic talents, with Fredric March equally effective. It is…
Ernst Lubitsch has here brought the field of operetta to the level of popular taste. Besides Lubitsch, the many involved include Ernest Vajda and Samson Raphaelson on the book; Herbert Stothart on…
As the first musical talker turned out by an important eastern legit revue producer, this is an unintentional but flattering compliment to Hollywood's own stagers of musicals. George White…
Announced as an original, this appears to be a blowup of a two-reel comedy, We Faw Down, in which the team was seen three or four years earlier. In the original the comedians used a visit to a…
Splendor and intimacy do not blend any more than the traditional oil and water. Each treads on the other's toes. Cecil B. DeMille adds nothing to his directorial rep in this one other than to again…
The White Parade is a woman's picture, but also for general appeal. The stern curriculum which goes towards the moulding of the 'white parade', the present-day Florence Nightingales who are dedicated…
Madame Dubarry is a Hollywood idea of Versailles. Under William Dieterle's directorial aegis, the decadent court of Louis XV becomes even more so in its broad well-nigh travesty version of the…
Not a woman in the cast and substantially little as to story, but under the weight of suspense, dialog and competency of direction Lost Patrol tips the scales favorably as entertainment.
The adventures of the quartet who are lost in the Malayan jungle are episodic and disjointed, running the gamut from stark tragedy to unbelievable farce [from a novel by E. Arnot Robertson].
Sadie McKee is the Cinderella theme all over again, plus an s.a. angle through the stellar player of the titular role encountering three major romances in the persons of the featured male trio in…
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