Cinema: The New Pictures Oct. 8, 1923

Scaramouche has already been greeted as the finest French Revolution yet brought to the screen—and even if you are a little weary of seeing a strongly American band of sans-culottes demolish a pasteboard Paris, you should not miss Scaramouche, for it is quite the best thing Rex Ingram has done since The Four Horsemen. The story follows Sabatini's novel closely enough—the stroller-swordsman hero (Ramon Navarro) is dashingly effective—the scenes of the storming of the royal palace are incredibly exciting—the Danton of George Siegmann presents, for once, a hero rather than a ranter—Alice Terry is...

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