Cinema: The New Pictures Jun. 11, 1923

The Exciters. One grows rather discouraged when the opening titles explain that the mortals of the title roles are society people who exist on thrills—" super jazzites." By now jazzites, like Perizzites and Hittites, are badly out of date. One grows positively gloomy when the scene opens in Miami with speedboats upon the waters and the scenery littered up with society people in stenographers' clothing. Then a flying boat crashes and things begin to improve. Soon the heroine (Bebe Daniels) on the trail of a thrill stumbles...

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