Cinema: The New Pictures Feb. 23, 1925

The Man Without a Country.

They say that there was considerable of a struggle in the breast of the producer before they decided to leave this title in its place. It didn't seem to suggest bootlegging, seduction, happiness or any of the few inevitables for which people are supposed to go to cinema. Leave it he did, however, and thereby displayed rare good sense. For the picture, based upon the poem, is a sincere and sensitive document. It depicts the long sea exile of the man who said: "Damn the United States." It...

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