Cinema: The New Pictures Apr. 7, 1924

Secrets. Norma Talmadge has an uncanny trick of enhancing her beauty year after year while new screen stars rise before the camera, harden into the semblance of cabaret girls, then iris out. In this triplicate role, she is first a romantic eloper, then a wife struggling with her husband in the American wilderness, then the forgiving wife of a philandering notable.

Beau Brummel. John Barrymore does his most telling and versatile work since Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in Richard Mansfield's famous vehicle portraying the impudent English dandy of 1800 who would not take...

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