Cinema: The New Pictures: Nov. 2, 1931

The Woman Between (R. K. O.-Radio) is an example of appalling incompetence. Its story is 1915 drama couched in the seedy terms of 1890 farce. Lily Damita, the star, is unbecomingly attired, subjected to poor lighting and a badly written rôle. O. P. Heggie, an actor of good standing, chants his horrid lines with fearful, wooden verve. The direction, by Victor Schertzinger, is atrocious. The dialog is unspeakably bad. The photography, credited to J. Roy Hunt, is an unhappy reflection on himself and his subject. And the whole is a pitiful commentary...

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