Cinema: The New Pictures Aug. 10, 1925

Sally of the Sawdust. D. W.

Griffith, greatest of directors, has temporarily abandoned the production of vast pageants for the more commercial program picture. This one is adapted from a musical comedy (Poppy) which gave him no master narrative. But he did have the master stage comedian W. C. Fields, and between them they have worked out just about the most amusing comedy that you will recall this year. It is a circus story of the little heroine brought up by the three-card-monte man. There is the rich Peyton Lennox for her later...

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