Cinema: The New Pictures Dec. 10, 1923

This Freedom. Recalling William Fox's excellent screen translation of If Winter Comes, one is induced to hope for similar treatment of the later novel by A. S. M. Hutchinson. Mr. Fox was unhappily hanicapped. The novel is largely theoretical. It conducts a polemic on the respective values for women of children or a career. Mr. Hutchinson loves children. He does it with literary conviction. His characters' reactions are largely psychological and therefore too often static on the screen.

Long Live the King. It is becoming the fixed opinion of a large proportion of...

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