Cinema: The New Pictures Apr. 1, 1929

The Divine Lady (First National).

When Admiral Lord Nelson created by his heroic death a stencil for millions of Victorian lithographs, he is said also to have left desolate the most beautiful woman of his time. Lady Hamilton's white face and big eyes, painted by Romney and Gainsborough, were so widely admired that her elderly husband investigated no rumored infidelities "for fear they might be true." When Nelson left her to save his country, he asked her to sing for him once more−and there now is heard, apparently issuing from the lips of Corinne Griffith, "You'll Take the High Road and I'll...

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