Cinema: Anti-Dualists

"Paralysis of the posterior annex" is the first symptom of "Squirmitis," a failing peculiar to spectators of double-feature programs. This annoyed announcement was made by two cinemagoing citizens of Nutley, N. J., William R. Clay and George H. Siegel, who a month ago founded the Anti Movie Double-Feature League of America, to improve local programs and revitalize their neighbors' paralyzed posteriors. Last week Founders Clay & Siegel were surprised and sobered to find their organization catapulting to national scale. The A. M. D.F. L. of A., dedicated to mass-boycotting of double bills,...

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