Cinema: The New Pictures Apr. 22, 1929

Coquette (United Artists). In this dialog adaptation of an immensely successful stage play, Mary Pickford was faced with certain difficulties. The girl in the play is 18. Mary Pickford is known to be 36 and generally believed to be 39. The girl in-the play, emotionally mature, is a-passionate, complex personality. Mary Pickford has-created most of her reputation playing girls whose naivete was proved as thoroughly by their, actions-as by their wide-open blue eyes and the ringlets which hung, symbols of virginity, on their thin shoulders. On the stage, able young Actress Helen...

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