Cinema: The New Pictures Feb. 6, 1928

Simba. In Hollywood, animal pictures are held by the higher actors and actresses in some disdain. It is not considered utterly artistic to be cast opposite an ele- phant, or a cassowary or even that mental giant of cinema artists, the police dog, But Mr. & Mrs. Martin Johnson, not essentially cinema performers, are free from the prejudice. Their actors are all animals, wild, and photographed in their native state in Africa. Mr. Johnson is a wanderer of some eminence, having at an earlier date been associated with Jack London on the cruise...

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