Cinema: The New Pictures Apr. 30, 1928

The Mad Hour. A girl called Cuddles (Sally O'Neil), some rich and roistering men, flasks full of cockeyed consomme, petting nights and sad-eyed days —one just knows that Elinor Glyn wrote the original story. But old irony played its ace and The Mad Hour turned out to be tragedy. Cuddles married a rich man, got mixed up with a crook, was sent to jail, lost her child, committed suicide.

Love Hungry. To be poor is no fun. Joan (Lois Moran) and Mamie (Marjorie Beebe) know that. Living in a cheap boarding house, with their efforts...

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