New Pictures: Mar. 3, 1923

ADAM'S RIB — An expensive, elaborate hash of cavemen, foreign revolutions, ex-kings, the Chicago wheat-pit in a state of acute neurasthenia, flappers, wayward mothers, and hokum.

OTHELLO—Shakespeare survives a rather heavy and over-subtitled picturization—with a fine, if uncalled for, mob scene, and some excellent acting by Emil Jannings as the Moor.

THE WHITE FLOWER—Another of those Hawaiian pictures concerning a beautiful half-caste with too many beaux of different shades of pigment. Well-photographed and with interesting bits of local color.

MINNIE—The usual Cinderella story anent the transformation of Minnie, the ugly duckling, into Minnie,...

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