Cinema: The New Pictures Mar. 31, 1923

THE LITTLE CHURCH AROUND THE CORNER. The cast is split in half. Half of it are capitalists, dancing and frittering away their time and their millions. The other half are coal-miners, holding up the ballroom floor for them to dance on. Eventually, when the mine caves in, the work of rescue is carried on very effectively by the mine owner's prospective son-in-law, who is also a minister. THE LEOPARDESS. There are two kinds of collectors in this picture. One, a man named Quaigg (Montagu Love), collects leopards and women. Another, Croft, collects butterflies....

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