New Pictures: Apr. 7, 1923

The Enemies of Women. A magnificently spectacular adaptation of Ibanez' novel. Lionel Barrymore heads an excellent cast. The trouble with the picture is that there is too much of it. Some of it is gripping, but it is smothered under an enormous mass of rubbish. Where the Pavement Ends. Alice Terry and Ramon Navarro help make this a good picture. Rex Ingram's direction does make it an extraordinary one. The story, from John Russell's The Passion Vine, is of the daughter of a South Sea missionary, starving for love. For want...

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