Cinema: The New Pictures Jul. 9, 1923

Wandering Daughters. Any film that can number Marjorie Daw among its cast has an inalienable claim to recognition. Unfortunately, she has been given, in Wandering Daughters, a minor part. Accordigly, what faint light of merit there is in this picture is hidden under a bushel of blundering truck. The play discusses with all the blatant bad taste of cinema cheapness the younger generation. The nadir of youthful degradation is represented by the inevitable midnight bathing party. The hero wears a tight-waisted, double-breasted suit and his derby forced well down over his brow...

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