Art: 98 Rodins

Near Mr. Kennerley on the deck of the Majestic stood Jules Mast-baum, cinema magnate. He submitted to the routine of cameras and notebooks with such a look of satisfaction as a man might wear who had just nipped off the end of a fine cigar or buried his nose in the bouquet of an old bottle.

Or perhaps he did not wear any such expression — perhaps it was merely the fancy of the beholders to perceive it, for everyone was thinking that Mr. Mastbaum had reason to be, and even to look, satisfied; he...

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