Cinema: The New Pictures Feb. 18, 1929

The Doctor's Secret (Paramount) is Sir James M. Barrie's one-act play Half an Hour done as a talking-picture which sticks to the original script in all respects except that Barrie's play ran the time specified by its title whereas The Doctor's Secret runs for 60 minutes. The story of the woman who lives through that half—hour-30 minutes from the time she leaves her husband to run away with another man, until, her sweetheart having been killed in a street accident when he went out to get a taxi to take them to...

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