Cinema: The New Pictures: Sep. 16, 1935

The Dark Angel (Samuel Goldwyn) is a literate and tastefully arranged version of the celebrated sob-cinema in which Vilma Banky and Ronald Colman committed assault & battery on the emotions of the U. S. public in 1925. It is notable for the fine acting of its three attractive principals, a superior screen script and a climax which deserves a place on that roll of honor and profit which includes such classics as the life-preserver sequence in Cavalcade, the dance of the coffee rolls in The Gold Rush, the heroine's suicide in Anna...

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