Cinema: The New Pictures Nov. 24, 1924

The Siren of Seville. Priscilla Dean has only one fault that bulges out. That is her disposition to play before the camera too infrequently. It is the opinion of many that she is a figure, that she should be fixed in the fronk rank. The Siren is one strong proof. The story tells the familiar bullring yarn-the matador who becomes famed and forgets his childhood sweetheart. The sweetheart saves his life in the final bullfight scene, wholly preposterously. All this Miss Dean whips into fresh and agile entertainment. There are not many...

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