Cinema: The New Pictures Jun. 3, 1929

A Dangerous Woman (Paramount). When Adolph Zukor, president of Paramount Famous Lasky Corp., noticed the original title of this picture, The Woman Who Needed Killing, he called in advertising spreads which had cost a lot of money and renamed it himself. That any woman should need killing seemed to him an indictment of womanhood in general, perhaps of motherhood. Adolph Zukor would not stand for anything like that although he was probably forced to admit that Olga Baclanova, in this instance, acted badly. The wife of an...

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