Cinema: The New Pictures Feb. 3, 1930

The Locked Door (United Artists). When you discover that the door in question was distinguished from other doors on the corridor by the words "Do Not Disturb" you will realize, if you have not already learned it from the masthead, that this piece is an adaptation of "The Sign On the Door," a melodrama that has been aliment for road-shows for a decade or two. It is a problem play, the chief problem for skeptical spectators being whether or not the door of an ordinary hotel-apartment can...

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