Cinema: The New Pictures Nov. 24, 1930

Laughter (Paramount). Donald Ogden Stewart wrote the dialog and he and Director Harry D'Arrast together wrote the story; Nancy Carroll, Frederic March, Frank Morgan act it. Since, like all good dramas, Laughter represents a total of the talents assembled for making it, it is hard to give one more credit than another, but Stewart's personality has most definitely set its stamp on the result. In Laughter for once he has not depended on his particular kind of humor. He has used a theme that has served many...

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