Cinema: The New Pictures Jul. 15, 1929

Fashions in Love (Paramount). Like all plays good enough to be imitated but not good enough to be classics, The Concert by Herman Bahr, presented long ago on the legitimate stage by Leo Ditrichstein, has been discredited by inept adaptations of some of its best effects. Fashions in Love is the screen name for The Concert. By any name it remains a very good farce. It is concerned with the marital infidelities of an elderly and temperamental pianist whose wife gets him back by the not wholly startling method of pretending to...

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