Cinema: The New Pictures Oct. 28, 1929

Welcome Danger (Paramount). Like all Harold Lloyd's comedies, this is built around a character fundamentally sensible and likable but who seems crazy because of some predominant trait or mania. Botany is the current mania and the character is a police chief's son who, asked to help out on the force because the present captain thinks he might be a chip off the old block, gets interested in fingerprints when he finds that they are like leaves— no two alike. Lloyd took six months making Welcome Danger as a silent film, then made it over...

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