Cinema: The New Pictures Jun. 30, 1924

Unguarded Women. Here is a picture that is better than its title, which suggests flappers running wild through Hollywood. Instead, it is a sterling drama of a man's struggle to conquer the innate cowardice of his soul, done without a single heave of the bosom. Richard Dix, with manly and yet inoffensive touch, depicts a War veteran, acclaimed as a hero, who has assumed the honors due a dead comrade. In China he meets the widow of his slain buddy, now any man's plaything. To discharge his debt, the hero decides to...

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