Cinema: The New Pictures Mar. 9, 1925

The Swan. In the person of Adolphe Menjou naughtiness achieves a grace, a punctilious elegance which may well chagrin the Prince of Darkness himself. In the first scene of this picture Mr. Menjou, Crown Prince of Hungary, is awakened by a fly which alights on the end of his nose and inspires him, while he buttons his tunic, to relate to the officers of his staff an impolite story which is one of the most consummate pieces of pantomime that has ever enriched the cinema. He starts down to breakfast, falls in love with a charming proletarian whom...

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