Cinema: The New Pictures: Nov. 5, 1934

Marie Galante (Fox). One of the most exciting ways to tell a big story is to set in motion a little one which, as it develops, opens one window of the theme after another until from its narrow confines one sees the interplay of mighty offstage forces. This is the adventurous and highly successful technique Author Reginald Berkley and Director Henry King have used in presenting the adventures of Marie Galante (Ketti Gallian), a French girl shanghaied by the captain of a tramp steamer to whom she was delivering a telegram. Reaching...

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