Cinema: Variations Jan. 28, 1929

Because acting and overfeeding caused brown pouches to appear under his melancholy eyes, the face of King Tut, famed cinema dog, was lifted last week by one Dr. G. M. Eisenhower in Hollywood.

Independent theatre owners, voting on box-office appeal of cinema people, ranked Clara Bow best of women, Colleen Moore second, Billie Dove third, Mary Pickford sixth, Greta Garbo twelfth. Of men, Lon Chancy was first, Tom Mix second, John Gilbert third.

In Coquette, Mary Pickford film now in production, Mrs. Arthur Loew, daughter-in-law of the late Marcus Loew, only daughter of...

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