Cinema: The New Pictures Jul. 2, 1928

Chicken a la King. Now that summer has come, it is good to see Ford Sterling on the silver screen. He has a cool countenance and, at one point, he becomes covered with snow. In a quiet way he is funny. He plays a middle-aged married man named Horace Trundle who is shorn of his bankroll by two chorus girls in the accepted Gentlemen Prefer Blondes fashion. In the end, his wife, Erne (Carol Holloway), gets him back. The cast is capable: Nancy Carroll as one of the girls,

Arthur Stone as a thimble-witted rascal of a brother-in-law.

Ladies of the Mob. Now...

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