Cinema Notes, Sep. 10, 1923

Jackie Coogan's next product will be Long Live the King, from a story by Mrs. Mary Roberts Rinehart.

Douglas Fairbanks has completed a spectacular romance, The Thief of Bagdad, which will shortly be presented to the country.

Elmer Clifton and the city of New Bedford, Mass., set out to make a whaling film, and the upshot was Down to the Sea in Ships, the movie which all last Winter sent thrills up and down many a landlubber's back. In a casual reference to this seamark of the cinema, TIME (July 30) spoke of...

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