Cinema: The New Pictures Sep. 17, 1923

If Winter Comes. When the news escaped that William Fox had purchased the rights to A. S. M. Hutchinson's novel, cinema savants shook their heads and commiserated with Mr. Fox. " There is no drama in the plot. Who ever heard of photographing a character sketch? It will go dead!"

Mr. Fox muttered something about " sour Bennies," and proceeded with his work. He followed the intention of the author with explicit accuracy. He left out very little; he interpolated nothing. He went to England for...

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