Cinema: Rebuke and Reorganization

First countries outside the U. S. to produce good moving pictures were Germany and Russia. Most famed cinema company in Germany for the last 15 years has been UFA (Universum Film Akteingesellschaft), which made such famed silent pictures as The Last Laugh, Variety, The Golem (see p. 48). Most famed Russian director has been Sergei Eisenstein (Ten Days That Shook the World, Potemkin), who four years ago spent two years producing Thunder Over Mexico. Last week, UFA and Director Eisenstein, neither of whom has been much in the U. S. news lately, reappeared...

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