Cinema: The New Pictures Oct. 14, 1929

Young Nowheres (First National). This is a light story but a real one and it moves along its slender path without slipping—except perhaps once or twice— into the sentimental bogs that lie all round it. Far from routine cinema stuff is the romance between an elevator boy and the girl who came to clean an apartment in his building. These two have been brought into night court by a rich tenant who accuses them of using his apartment for immoral purposes while he was away. They tell their story in court and...

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