Cinema: The New Pictures Jan. 14, 1929

What a Night. Bebe Daniels, who in the course of her career has made 52 full-length cinemas, includes in her routine one more plot with its main set in a newspaper office and most of its laughs in Herman Manckiewsz's subtitles. Best shot: Bebe Daniels trying not to sneeze.

Captain Swagger. Starring Rod La Rocque, this unlikely story of War heroes after the War, one a German Baron, the other an amateur bandit fast becoming professional, is happily without dialog. There is some good dancing by the doublers for Swagger and his girl who...

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