Cinema: The New Pictures: Feb. 19, 1934

Carolina (Fox). Into this screen version of Paul Green's House of Connelly Director Henry King has put some taste, more thought and much work. With four cameramen, an art director, an architect and Scenarist Reginald Berkeley, he spent six weeks in North and South Carolina last summer collecting local color. Out of 40,000 feet of film shot on this hunt for atmosphere less than 500 got into the finished work. Tobacco markets near Millin, S. C., cigaret factories at Winston-Salem,

N. C., a thunderstorm over Charleston Bay from the Battery, a country...

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