Cinema: The New Pictures Dec. 1, 1930

Sei Tu L'Amore? (Italotone). Made in Hollywood by an Italian company, with a cast recruited from Italian actors and actresses living there, this picture differs from the ordinary export translations of U. S. films because it presents an original story, designed particularly for Italo-Americans. Technically it is inferior to Hollywood standards; the dialog in Italian is not well recorded, but it was received with enthusiasm last week by playhouses in the Italian districts of U. S. cities. The comedy is built around a young girl whom three elderly bachelors keep from committing suicide. They buy the dressmaking establishment where she used...

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