View with Alarm: Sep. 8, 1924

Having perused well the chronicle of the week, the Vigilant Patriot views with alarm:

"The shallow delights of matrimony and opera." (P. 15.)

Unholy advances by an infatuated priest. (P. 15.)

"Three acts, nine actors and six cases of adultery." (P. 17.)

A hideous, heroic smash. (P. 14.)

A miserable, dirty village. (P. 19.)

A devastating parade through the lives of many women. (P. 14.)

A hideous chamber, papered green. (P. 2.)

Septic poisoning. (P. 14.)

"The height of folly." (P. 26.)

A complacent male who much resembles the Greek god Priapus. (P. 14.)

"The most sedulously pornographic comedy...

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