Cinema: The New Pictures Jul. 27, 1925

Rugged Water. Cape Cod and its amiable natives who make their living from the sea, or more profitably from the summer visitors, is the background against which Joseph C. Lincoln wrote the novel of this name.

What knack he has of local flavor and of briny personality the cinema seems to have missed. The story is of an old salt possessed of religious zeal and physical fear. A handsome life guard wins his lovely daughter.

Tracked in the Snow Country. Best of all the cinema dogs is Rin-Tin-Tin. He is herein occupied in...

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