Cinema: The New Pictures: Mar. 6, 1933

Rome Express (Gaumont-British Pictures Corp.). You can readily guess what kinds of travelers are to be found in this picture: a picture thief (Conrad Veidt), his accomplice (Hugh Williams), a cinemactress (Esther Ralston), a businessman eloping with his partner's wife (Joan Barry), a fuzzy British tourist with a regurgitative chuckle (Gordon Harker), a U. S. millionaire traveling with his secretary, a chief of police, a nervous spinster. The picture thief's accomplice renews an old romance with the cinemactress while the picture thief is murdering a timid little rascal for stealing a Van Dyck which,...

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