Cinema: The New Pictures Aug. 25, 1930

Moby Dick (Warner). Like The Sea Beast, the silent version of Herman Melville's story in which Barrymore appeared four years ago, this is a true moving picture, no less effective because a conventional love-interest has been added to the activities of a crazy one-legged sea-captain who wanted to get even with a whale. Across tremendous horizons the camera's eye wheels after the tiny whaling boat chasing a corporate phantom of monstrous, inhuman evil. All the work that a camera can do with great spaces and...

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