Cinema: The New Pictures Aug. 11, 1924

Broken Barriers. The main cause for lamentation over this unfortunate specimen of drama is that the barriers were not broken, only badly bent. These barriers seem to be the ancient restrictions which formerly hedged the placid lawn of life on which our grandmothers sunned themselves. Latterly, the dramatist contends, young women have broken the barriers and are being run over by the trams and buses of the iniquitous avenues without. One young lady, played by Mae Busch, does get a bit jostled in the crowd on its endless search for the Amusement...

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