Cinema: Uncle Carl

In London, the British Faculty of Arts, esthetic organization which gives money to young artists and recently conducted a campaign against "disfigurement of the English countryside," decided that All Quiet on the Western Front (already the choice of the U. S. Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences) was the best picture of 1930, awarded a gold medal to Producer Carl ("Uncle Carl") Laemmle, president of Universal. Mr. Laemmle, who recently had himself immortalized in a biography which Poet John Drinkwater was well paid to write (TIME, May 4), thanked the British faculty...

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