Cinema: The New Pictures Jul. 16, 1928

Sally of the Scandals. The genuine Scandals of George White opened on a Manhattan stage last week (see p. 30). By a preconceived coincidence, a scandalously peppermint-coated film also opened. Its idea is that earnest little girls are given a break in the big & naughty Scandals. Earnest Sally (Bessie Love) leaps from the chorus to save the show on the opening night, when the haughty star becomes temperamental. The star, ousted, tries to play a dastardly trick on Sally, but fails. Sally also has matrimonial difficulties, which are eventually solved by the kindly producer. . . . Miss Love is...

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