New Pictures: May 17, 1926

Hell-Bent for Heaven. The Pulitzer Prize play for 1924 has been made over into a motion picture with more effect than usual. The film has not, naturally, retained the full, true purpose of the play. But it has a splendid flood. It deals with a boy who got religion at a camp meeting.

Skinner's Dress Suit. An old picture, made over from an Essanay release of the old, old days, reappears genially enough. It is, as you may gather from the title, a comedy about a man named Skinner who was the proud possessor...

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