Cinema: The New Pictures Dec. 2, 1929

The Love Parade (Paramount). When Adolphe Menjou, dismayed by the prospect of playing in talking films, left Hollywood and went to live in Paris, this picture, which had been written for him, was made over for Maurice Chevalier. A captain of the Guards who marries a Queen finds that his share in the government of Sylvania is limited to what he can do in a boudoir. It is a boldly amorous, decorative, at times amusing combination of drawing-room farce and Balkan operetta. Chevalier does well with songs...

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