Cinema: The New Pictures Oct. 15, 1928

The Fleet's In.

No laggards are the press agents of Clara Bow. For better or worse they have affixed to her the appositive name, "The It Girl," and the connotation to that title means to collegians, railway clerks, farm boys that Clara Bow is the personification of sex appeal. But Miss Bow also has histrionic ability. Some measure of praise is due her in this piece, in which she is the mercenary mink who works as a professional partner in a dancehall. Like the heroine in that...

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