Cinema: The New Pictures Feb. 4, 1924

Pied Piper Malone. Booth Tarkington pulled up his chair and wrote this play expressly for Thomas Meighan. When the last foot of film had flickered it was obvious that he had not done a first class job. Smartly titled and perfectly hygienic, it is unsatisfactory as mature entertainment. The hero is a New England villager whose personality has attracted the idolatry of the entire juvenile population.

Fashion Row. By a clever manipulation of wigs, Mae Murray contrives to do a successful sister act. As her...

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