New Pictures: Dec. 28, 1925

Joanna. If you go to see this one, lay no blame here. It is cheap and purple philosophy about midnight bathing parties, why girls go wrong, and all that.

Time, the Comedian. Frederick and Fanny Hatton wrote a novel in which Lew Cody, Mae Busch and Creighton Hale have been blended with thoughtful, valuable effect. It is about a wife who deserts a husband, is in turn deserted by a lover, and occupies herself at the conclusion by protecting her daughter from the latter. Miss Busch is better than four out of five who...

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