Cinema: The New Pictures Apr. 21, 1930

Journey's End (Tiffany). Many difficulties confronted the small but ambitious and able Tiffany-Stahl Productions in making a cinema of Robert Cedric Sherriff's famed play. It is a play containing a remote love-interest, but without a woman in the cast and without the possibility of allowing the entrance of any, unless Captain Stanhope's unseen sweetheart should ride through the lines in a coach, like Roxane in Cyrano de Bergerac. Furthermore, it offers no chance for photography. All the action takes place in the dugout of the...

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