Cinema: The New Pictures Apr. 14, 1924

The Moral Sinner. This screen version of Leah Kleschna is likely to be viewed as a deliberately unfriendly act by Mr. William A. Brady, since his stage revival of this famed crook drama of 20 years ago is to be presented soon. It is not in the modern mystery vein of underworld plays, the only mystery being why the producers, after having bought the play for its previous standing and exploitation value, changed the name. The only explanation is that paradoxical titles are now in vogue on the screen, following the example...

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