Cinema: The New Pictures Nov. 5, 1928

Take Me Home. When a comedy is weak there are three things a director can do to make it better: 1) keep the star changing her costumes; 2) have her fall down a lot; 3) hire a funny subtitle writer. In this routine picture of a chorus girl in love with a country boy, Bebe Daniels gets no mud on her clothes although all other devices for bolstering the plot are liberally used. Onetime chorine Lilyan Tashman, as the musical comedy star who leads Rube Neil Hamilton...

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