Cinema: The New Pictures Jan. 5, 1925

Peter Pan. At last Maude Adams has a rival. Absolute as was her Peter Pan-American sway, its end is near. Betty Bronson, obscure child of cinema chance, whom Barrie picked for the part from a photograph, will be the Peter the present and succeeding generations of U. S. childhood will cherish. From the greatest cavern of the city auditorium to the stuffy second-floor hall of the farm village Miss Bronson will scatter her gospel. She will scatter it through the medium of an uncannily adapted personality blended into a great picture that is at once beautiful, wise and faithful...

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