Cinema: The New Pictures May 19, 1924

Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall.

Most of the outstanding feature pictures of the year, such as D. W. Griffith's American and Douglas Fairbanks' The Thief of Bagdad, have made much of mad horse-rides over the scenery. It causes no surprise, then, when Mary Pickford, in her latest vehicle joins the scamper academy of screendom. She plunges ahead in a wild gallop that would do credit to Paul Revere. In fact, suspicion even obtrudes that it is not always Mary herself performing the athletic equestrian feats that are an honor to the Fairbanks family....

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