New Pictures: Jul. 25, 1927

The Callahans and the Murphys, saints be praised, are all of the same race. In the best tradition, Mrs. Murphy squabbles incessantly over the back fence with Mrs. Callahan. This is comical because their four children are inter-engaged and likely to be unapprised of the latest diplomatic conditions. Marie Dressier, who is said to contemplate retirement, acts Mrs. Callahan with Éclat.

The Prince of Head Waiters (Lewis Stone). The Parisian hero is torn from his newlywed U. S. bride, because her father, of haughty Boston ancestry, cannot tolerate a penniless artist in...

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