Cinema: The New Pictures Dec. 21, 1925

Sally, Irene and Mary. The fervent pursuit of movie stories has turned up another musical comedy suitable to photography, and reduced it to celluloid with generally entertaining effect. Going over the records you will find that the same success is descernible in nearly all the important music shows brought before the camera; nothing massive and enduring, but fair fun and no blood stains. This one is about a Bowery girl who gained glory in the theatre.

Cobra. Rudolph Valentino, in the role of a very good young man who simply will not succumb to...

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