Cinema: The New Pictures Sep. 23, 1929

Three Loves (Moviegraph) is the ac- count of a well-curved siren who made life obnoxious for three men. When an elderly lover had eliminated her husband, she bewitched a youth who was about to depart on his honeymoon. In the midst of New Year's revels he tried to separate her from her consort, who took the occasion to murder her. Directed and acted with Teutonic power, the picture leaves a lingering impression of the heart's treacheries. If it is widely enough shown in the U. S. its heroine (Marlene Dietrich) may imperil the favor...

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