Cinema: The New Pictures Nov. 16, 1925

Seven Keys to Baldpate. When Mr. Cohan wrote this play it was agreed to be one of the most interesting and effective technical experiments produced by a native playwright. Also it was funny. The latitude of the movies obscures somewhat the ingenious fitting of the pieces. The director and Douglas MacLean have retained the brisk and novel humor.

New Brooms. The theme of a man who takes over his father's business does not sound immensely novel. Of course he makes a success of it. A touch of satire on the very banality of...

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