Notes, Oct. 8, 1923

New English films include attempts at Sheridan's The School for Scandal and George Eliot's Daniel Dcronda. Tennyson's Becket and Scott's Young Lochinvar are in production.

An English company was criticized for filming Chu Chin Chow in Berlin. The company's reasons: with bankruptcy universal in Germany, modest hire brought strange Oriental animals from the Zoological Gardens, priceless Eastern objets d'art from the museums, plentiful extras.


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