Cinema: The New Pictures Nov. 23, 1925

The Last Edition was doomed to dislike by the newspaper commentators. It is a newspaper melodrama done without regard to verity. Possibly it is not so utterly unlike journalism as society pictures are unlike society, or Parisian underworld pictures are unlike Montmartre. Rich people and French cocottes have no opportunity and probably small inclination to complain, but not so the critics when they dislike the distorted version of their colleagues. Furthermore it was pretty stilted melodrama.

The Eagle. Rudolph Valentino has pulled himself successfully out of the mud. The last drying flakes of...

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