New Pictures: Jun. 14, 1926

Paris (Charles Ray). The French government has a legitimate grievance against the movie makers. To the American millions who see the world from the screen of the local cinema palace, Paris has become an absurdity. Only one thing happens. Chivalrous Americans infest Montmartre rescuing poor Apache girls from the dance dives. A girl has no chance to lead a decent life of shame in Paris any more, if we are to believe the movies. It always turns out that she was not really leading a bad life after all. It seems that a...

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