Cinema: The New Pictures Jul. 14, 1924

The New Pictures

Captain January. Baby Peggy's public is composed of persons with an unbounded capacity for "cunningness" in other people's children. If you can revel for hours in childish winsomeness, even when it is faintly selfconscious, and still long to kiss "the little darling" goodnight before she scampers upstairs to her supper, Captain January was just made for you. The story, which flourished during Elsie Dinsmore's palmy days, is of a sea-tossed waif, rescued and reared by a hungry hearted lighthouse-keeper. Stock villainy and fairy godmotherhood...

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