Cinema: The New Pictures Nov. 30, 1925

The Big Parade. Easily the greatest war picture, one of the greatest of all pictures, has been written by Laurence Stallings (coauthor of What Price Glory); directed by King Vidor; and principally played by John Gilbert and Renee Adoree. It is the story of a rich man's son, a riveter and a bartender in the trenches, and the French girl that the first of these three married. It has humor, terror and bewildering beauty. It has one of the most exciting stories ever filmed, direction unexcelled, and truth and brilliancy of acting....

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