Cinema: The New Pictures Dec. 8, 1924

Isn't Life Wonderful? Down the long rank of cinema producers, uniformed in the maddening monotony of platitude and always marking time, one man may now and then be seen to step ahead. David Wark Griffith took his first step forward with The Birth of a Nation when the ranks were straggling and new. Since then he has widened the margin of his advance and stands unchallenged as Commanding Officer. This absolute leader in the film field has made another of his all too rare productions. To Germany he went to make it;...

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