Cinema: The New Pictures Jan. 2, 1928

Ladies Must Dress. After repulsing the improper advances of her employer's son, a shopgirl (Virginia Valli) marries the honest poor boy whom she has captivated with her girl friend's sartorial assistance. This merry plot is a frayed and apparently accidental ribbon tied to the wrist of a fashion show.

The Devil Dancer, in the remote stamping ground of the lamas,* is not a native Mongolian but the child of an unfortunate white woman. She, Takla, on reaching maturity, is discovered by an English explorer who takes her rapidly away to India. Here Takla...

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