Cinema: The New Pictures Mar. 24, 1930

Song O' My Heart (Fox). John McCormack's first picture, the second feature talkie to be made by a first-rate singer (Lawrence Tibbett's Rogue Song was the first) was directed by Frank Borzage, a director whose specialty it is to lay over his interiors and landscapes a film of sentiment much like the tearful coloring with which John McCormack colors his celebrated upper register. In his customary manner, Mr. Borzage uses up a lot of film exhibiting the Irish village whence sprang the great ballad singer, the hero of the story. It is...

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