Cinema: The New Pictures Sep. 21, 1925

The Phantom of the Opera— Universal made a brave attempt to duplicate the success of The Hunchback of Notre Dame with another picture of Lon Chaney and Paris. They built the imposing facade of the Paris Opera House and constructed on various sets a series of ingenious interiors and dungeons. They took their story from the novel of Gaston Leroux and depended on horror chiefly for their entertainment. Though Mr. Chaney wears a more grotesque make-up than ever, the film play seems only pretty good.

The Coming of Amos—Rod LaRoque's face has been widely...

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