New Pictures: Feb. 15, 1926

The Blackbird. Limehouse naturally gives Lon Chaney a chance to disguise himself with grotesquerie well calculated to frighten little children. Part of the time he is a benevolent bishop. Renee Adoree, the French girl of The Big Parade, is the heroine, capably enough. Mr. Chaney is always good, and his pictures are never watered with too obvious and too usual melodramatic sentiment.

The Song and Dance Man. George Cohan wrote this play and gave it with great success just before his much advertised retirement (from...

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