New Pictures: Sep. 13, 1926

Young April (Joseph Schildkraut, Bessie Love). At the Hippodrome, onetime magic home of elephants, clowns, high-divers; recent realm of vaudeville; now frankly succumbed to the cinema as well, is No. 4,000 in the endless series of mythical kingdom romances. This one recounts the adventures of the Crown Prince of Belgravia, who gives up his heritage so that he may marry a U. S. citizeness, only to learn that she is in reality the grand duchess he was to have been forced to wed. The whole affair is safely routine with one outstanding...

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