Cinema: The New Pictures Oct. 27, 1930

Heads Up (Paramount). Heads Up has much glitter and is well put together; the main reason for its dullness is that the central role is serious. This role is played with his usual professional boyishness by goo-goo-eyed Charles ("Buddy") Rogers.

The plot consists of a burning and temporarily thwarted romance between Rogers and the daughter of a socially ambitious mother. Helen ("Boop-boop-a-doop") Kane is in it and there are some handsome yacht scenes. Most interesting shot—Buddy Rogers lighting a cigaret before the camera for the first time in his career.

Sinner's Holiday (Warner). In...

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