New Pictures: May 24, 1926

The Wilderness Woman (Aileen Pringle-Lowell Sherman). Perhaps there is no greater wilderness in the world than Manhattan. Man's stone reforestation has not driven out the danger and the loneliness. In this comparison of a wilderness of trees and a wilderness of streets, there might be a deep and stirring picture. The present producers have chosen to make it a cheap composition of many usual things, stringing them together in a generally unamusing necklace. An unschooled Alaskan girl invades Manhattan, cleans out the Biltmore Hotel tea room with her pet bear, learns to...

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