Six cinema pieces of recent nativity will entertain the discriminating:

Man Made Women (Leatrice Joy)—Tight and loose ladies, a jealous husband, a pleasant rake.

The Docks of New York (George Bancroft)—A burly stoker weds on a lark, perseveres by choice.

The Singing Fool (Al Jolson)—Al Jolson and an extraordinary child.

The Patriot (Emil Jannings)— Russian count does right and wrong for his country.

Heart to Heart (Mary Astor)—A princess disturbs her Ohio heath.

Forgotten Faces (Olga Baklanova —A new face in a new seduction.


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