Cinema: The New Pictures: Feb. 4, 1935

The Iron Duke (Gaumont-British) exhibits the Duke of Wellington before, during and after Waterloo. An arch and finicky general, he seems to enjoy himself more at the Duchess of Richmond's ball in Brussels than when discharging his military duties. Nonetheless, when he hears that "Boney" is advancing on the city, the Iron Duke drags himself from the dance floor. He wins the battle calmly, sheds a brief tear for his fallen officers, moves on to Paris to outwit Metternich, the Tsar, Blücher and the King of Prussia. All this time, he is...

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