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to the Foreign Legion, mates, with William Collier,
Jr. and .A.lma Bennett. Part Talkie. {Sept.)

TWO SISTERS— Rayart.— Twin sister stuff.
Silent. {Aug.)

TWO WEEKS OFF— First National.— A fluffy
little varn ot seaside vacation love, with Jack Mul-
hall and Dorothy Mackaill. Part Talkie. (5*:^/.)

UNHOLY NIGHT, THE— M-G-M— Swell mys-
ter>' stor>'. arlisticalh' directed b\' Lionel Barr>'more.
Roland Young and Dorothy Sebastian are great. All
Talkie. {Oct.)



VAGABOND CUB, THE— FBO.— Mostly just
cowboy stunts. Silent. {July.)

VERY IDEA, THE — Radio Pictures. — Broad
farce with Frank Craven in the r61e he created on
the stage. All Talkie. {Oct.)

• VIRGINIAN, THE— Paramount. — Good
Owen Wister's novel gone vocal and presenting
Gary Cooper in his first full-dialogue appearance.
All Talkie. {Oct.)

VOICE OF THE CITY, THE — M-G-M.— Old

stuff, written and directed by Willard Mack and
acted by Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mack. All Talkie.
{June.)

UNTAMED JUSTICE— Biltmore Productions.—
Enough animals — and action — for a circus. Not bad.
Silent. {Aug.)

WAGON MASTER, THE— Universal.— And now
the Westerns have learned to talk! Ken Maynard
shyly reveals an excellent voice. AU Talkie. {Oct.)

WHEEL OF LIFE, THE— Paramount.- The
romance of a handsome officer and his Colonel's lady
in India. All Talkie. {Aug.)

WHERE EAST IS EAST —M-G-M. — Another
Chancy bed-time story, with a touch of Kipling and
Poe. Silent. {June.)

WHY BRING THAT UP?^Paramount.— Study
in black and white of the world's most famous bru-
nettes — Moran and Mack. All Talkie. {Oct.)

WHY LEAVE HOME— Fox.— Story about duck-
hunting husbands and fun-hunting wives, based on
"Cradle Snatchers." All Talkie. {Nov.)

• WILD PARTY. THE— Paramount.— Clara
Bow's first talkie. Clara is a smooth contralto.
It's a collegiate story — and that's what they want.
AU Talkie. {June.)

WISE GIRL — M-G-M.— Reviewed under title
"Kcmpy." High water mark in talking comedies.
Unpretentious stor>' of the love life of a youthful
plumber. All Talkie. {Oct.)

WOMAN FROM HELL, THE— Fox.— Rather

tame drama linked to a wild title. Sound. {Aug.)

WOMAN IN THE NIGHT, A— World Wide.—
English production with a slow and sentimental
story. Silent. {June.)

• WOMAN TRAP — Paramount. — Another
crime yarn, above the average, with Chester
Alibi Morris, Evelvn Brent and Hal Skelly at their
superb best. AU Talkie. {Oct.)

WONDER OF WOMEN— M-G-M.— Strong, emo-
tional drama of a misunderstood genius, a dutiful
wife and the "other woman." played superlatively
bv Lewis Stone, Peggy Wood and Leila Hyams. Part
Talkie. {Oct.)

WRECKER, THE — Tiffany-Stahl. — Mediocre
British film presenting Carhie BlackwcU. Sound.
{Nov.)

YOU CAN'T BUY LOVE— Universal.— An orgy
of bad gags. Part Talkie. {July.)



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"BEHIND THE MAKE-UP"— P.-vr.\mount. —
From the story by Mildred Cram. Adapted by
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"DARK STREETS" — First Natioxal.— From
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King. Directed by Frank Lloyd. The cast: Pat
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Cunco, Earl Pingree; Police Captain, \Vill Walling;
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Maurice Black.

"D.ARKENED ROOMS" — Paramount.— From
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Kearney and Melville Baker. Directed by Louis
Gasnicr. Tlie cast: Ellen, Evelyn Brent; Emery
J ago, Neil Hamilton; Joyce Clayton, Doris Hill;
Billy, David Newell; Mme. Silvara, Gale Henrj';
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"EVIDENCE"— Warners.— From the play
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"F.ARO NELL" — Paramount-Christie. — From
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son. The cast: Faro Nell. Louise Fazenda; The
Hero. Jack Luden; The Sheriff. Frank Rice; The
Heavy, Harr>- Woods; The Bar-keeper, Charlie Mack.

"FLIGHT" — CoLLTHBiA. — -From the story by
Ralph Graves. Dialogue by Frank R. Capra.
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Williams. Jack Holt; Elinor. Lila Lee; Lefly Phelps,
Ralph Graves; Major. Allan Roscoe; Sieve Roberts,
Harold Goodwin; Sandino, Jimmy De La Cruze.

"FOOTLIGHTS AND FOOLS"— First Nation-
al. — From the story by Katharine Brush. Continuity
by Carey Wilson. Directed by William Seiter. Tiie
cast: Mile. Fiji d'.\uray. Colleen Moore; Gregory
Pyne. Frederic March ; Jim my IVillet. Raymond
Hackett; Chandler Cunningham. Edward Martind-.l;
Claire, V^irginia Lee Corbin; Jo. the maid. Adrienne
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"GREAT GABBO. THE"— James Cruze Prod.
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Hugh Herbert. Directed by James Cruze. The cast:
The Great Gabbo, Eric Von Stroheim; Mary, Betty
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"HANDCUFFED"— Rayart. — From the story
by Arthur Hoerl. Dialogue by Arthur Hoerl.
Directed by Duke Worne. The cast: Gloria Ran-
dall, Virginia Brown Faire; Tom Bennett, Wlieeler
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James Harrison; John Randall, Broderick O'Farrell;
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"HONOR" — SovKiNO. — Directed by A. Shirvan-
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" JE.^LOUSY" — Paramount. — From the story by
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Hilda Moore.

"KISS, THE"— M-G-M.— Directed by Jacques
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"LADY LIES, THE"— Paramount.— From the
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Roamer, Claudette Colbert; Charlie Tyler, Charles
Ruggles; Jo Rossiler, Patricia Deering; Bob Rosstler.
Tom Brown; Hilda Pearson, Betty Garde; Ann
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"LOVE P.-\RADE, THE" — Paramount. — From
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asty; King Alexander, Lennox Pawle; Mahai, Tom
Patricola; Queen Louise, Evelyn Hall; Slage Prince,
John Garrick; Adjulanl Oclaviaii, Douglas Gilmore;
Charlotte, Gloria Grey; Captain Jacobi, Jack Stam-
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Herzen, Lelia Karnelly; Herr Director, Herman Bing;
Namari, Paul Ralli.

"MEN ARE LIKE THAT"— PARAMOtmr.—
From the play "The Showoff" by George Kelley.
Scenario by Herman J. Mankowicz. Directed by
Frank Tuttle. The cast: Aubrey Piper, Hal Skelly;
Amy Fisher, Doris Hill; Pa Fisher, Charles Sellon;
Ma Fisher, Clara Blandick; Joe Fisher, Morgan Far-
ley; Clara Hyland, Helene Chadwick; Frank Hylatui,
William Davidson; Traffic Cop, Eugene Pallette;
Rogers, Gordon DeMain; Superintendent^ E. H. Cal-
vert.

"MIGHTY, THE"— Paramount.— From the
stor>' by Robert N. Lee. Dialogue by William
Slavens McNutt. Directed by John Cromwell. The
cast: Blake Greeson, George Bancroft; Louise Patter-
son. Esther Ralston; Sterky, Warner Oland; Dogey
Franks, Raymond Hatton; Mayme, Dorothy Revier;
Jerry Patterson, Morgan Farley; J. K. Patterson, O. P.
Hcggie; The Mayor, Charles Sellon; Major General,
E. H. Calvert; Mr. Jameison, John Cromwell.

"MISSISSIPPI GAMBLER, THE"— Universal.

— -From the storj' by Karl Brown and Leonard Fields.
Adapted by Edward P. Lowe, Jr. Directed by
Reginald Barker. The cast: Jack Ashland, Joseph
Schildkraut; Lucy Blackburn, Joan Bennett; Julius
Blackburn, Alec B. Francis; "Tiny" Beardsley, Otis
Harlan; Suzette Richards, Carmelita Geraghty.

"MISTER ANTONIO"— Tiffanv-Stahl.— From

the play by Booth Tarkington. Adapted by Frederic
and Fanny Hatton. Directed by James Flood. The
cast: Mister Antonio, Leo Carrillo; June Ramsey,
Virginia Valli; Joe, Gareth Hughes; Milton Jorny,
Frank Reicher; Mrs. Jorny, Eugenie Besserer; Earl
Jorny, Franklin Lewis; Pearl, Betty Francisco.

"NIGHT PARADE "—Radio Pictures.— From
the play by George Abbott, Edward Paramore and
Hyatt Daab. Continuity by James Gruen and George
O'Hara. Directed by Mai St. Clair. The cast:
Bobby Murray, Hugh Trevor; Tom Murray. Lloyd
Ingraham; Doris. Dorothy Gulliver; Paula Vernoff,
Aileen Pringlc; John Zelli. Robert Ellis; 5i5 Durhan,
Lee Shumway; Dancer, Ann Pennington; Huffy,
Charlie Sullivan; Jake, Walter Kane; Bennie, Barney
Fur>'; Artie. James Dugan; Phil. Nate Slott; Ethel,
Marie Astair.

"ONE HYSTERICAL NIGHT"— Universal.—

From the stor>' by Reginald Denn^■. Scenario by
Reginald Denny and Earl Sncll. Directed by William
James Craft. The cast: Napoleon, Reginald Denny;
Josephine. Nora Lane; Wellington. E. J. RatclilTe;
Dr. Hayden, Henr>' Otto; Salome. Joj'zelle; Paganini,
Fritz Feld; William Tell, JuK-s Cowles; Robin Hood,
Slim Summerville; Claude Bixby. Rolfe Sedan;
Arthur Bixby. D. R. O. Hatswell; Paul Revere, Walter
Brennan; Warden, Heno' Herbert.

"R.ACKETEER. THE"— Pathe.— From the
ston.- by Paul Gangclin. Adapted by Paul Gangelin.
Directed by Howard Higgin. The cast: Keene,
Robert Armstrong; Rhoda. Carol Lombard; Tony.
Roland Drew; Millie. Jeanette Loff; Mrs. Lee. Hedda
Hopper; Jack. John Loder; Gus. Kit Guard; Squid.
Al Hill; Mehaffy. Paul Hurst; Mr. Simpson, Winter
Hall; Mrs. Simpson, Winifred Harris.

"RED HOT RHYTHM"— Pathe.— From the
story by William Conselman. Adapted by Earl Bald-
win and Walter De Leon. Directed by Leo McCarey.
The cast: Walter, Alan Hale; Sam, Walter O'Keefe;
Mary, Kathr>'n Crawford; Claire, Josephine Dunn;
Mabel, Anita Garvin; Mrs. Fioretta, Ilka Chase;
Singe. James Clemmons.

"RICH PEOPLE"— Pathe.— From the story by
Jay Gelzer. Adapted b5' A. A. Kline. Directed by
Edward H. Grifhtli. The cast. Connie Hayden.
Constance Bennett; Jeff MacLean. Regis Toomey;
Noel Neving, Robert Ames; Beverly Hayden, Mahlon
Hamilton; Alargery Mears, Ilka Chase; Captain Dan-
forth. John Loder; Sally Vanderwater, Polly Ann
Young.

"SATURDAY NIGHT KID. THE"— Para-
mount. — From the storj- by George Abbott and John
V. A. Weaver. Adapted by Llo\'d Corrigan and Ed-
ward Paramore. Jr. Directed by Edward Sutherland.
The cast: Mayme. Clara Bow; Bill, James Hall;
Janie, Jean Arthur; Lem Woodruff, Charle:, Sellon;
Ma Woodruff, Ethel Wales; Ken. Frank Ross; Miss
Streeter, Edna May Oliver; Ginsberg, He>'men Meyer;
Jim. Eddie Dunn; Pearl, Leone Lane; Hazel, Jean
Harlow.

"SEA FURY" — SijpREME. — Produced by Tom
White. Directed by George Melford. The cast:
Bill. George Regis; Mary, Mildred Harris; Red, Frank
Campeau; Captain, Bernard Seigel; George Washing-
ton III, George Godfrey.

"SENOR AMERICANO"— Universal.— From
the story by Helmer Bergman. Adapted bv Bennett
Cohen. Directed by Harr>' J. Brown. The cast:
Michael Banning. Ken Maynard; Carmelita. Kathryn
Crawford; Ramirez. Gino Corrado; Maddox, J. P.



McGowen; Manana, Frank Yaconelli; Don Manuel,
Frank Beale; Tarzan, Tarzan.

"SIDE STREET "—Radio Pictures.— From the
story bj' Mai St. Clair and George O'Hara. Directed
by Mai St. Clair. The cast: Jimmy O'FarreU. Tom
Moore; Joh7i O'FarreU. Matt Moore; Dennis O'Far-
reU. Owen Moore; Kathleen Doyle, Kathrj'^n Perry;
Mr. O'FarreU. Frank Sheridan; Mrs. O'FarreU, Emma
Dunn; "Silk" Ruffo, Arthur Houseman; "Bunny,"
Mildred Harris; Maxee, Charles Byer; Mac, Edwin
August; "Slim," Irving Bacon; Patric Doyle. Walter
McNamara; " Blondie," Al Hill; "Drunk," Heinie
Conklin; "Pinkie," Dan Wolheim.

"SONG OF KENTUCKY, A"— Fox.— From the
story by Frederick H. Brennan. Adapted b^' Fred-
erick H. Brennan. Directed by Lew Seller. The
cast: Jerry Reavis, Joseph Wagstaff; Lee Coleman,
Lois Moran; Nancy Morgan, Dorothy Burgess; Kane
Pitcairn, Douglas Gilmore; Jake Kleinschmidt , Her-
man Bing; Mrs. Coleman, Hedda Hopper; Mr. Cole-
man, Edwards Davis; Steve, Bert Woodruff.

"SUNNY SIDE UP"— Fox.— From the storj- by
B. G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Raj' Henderson.
Adapted by David Butler. Directed by David
Butler. The cast: Molly Carr. Janet Gaynor; Jack
Cromwell. Charles Farrell; Jane Worth, Sharon Lynn;
Eddie Rafferly, Frank Richardson; Eric Swenson. El
Brendel; Bee Nichols, Marjorie White; Joe Vitlo, Joe
Brown; Mrs. Cromwell, Mary Forbes; Raoul, Alan
Paull; Lake, Peter Ga^\'thorne.

"SWEETIE"— PARAMOUNT.^From the stor>' by
George Marion, Jr., and Lloyd Corrigan. Dialogue
by George Marion, Jr., and Lloyd Corrigan. Directed
bv Frank Tuttle. The cast: Barbara Pell, Nancv
Carroll; Biff Benlly, Stanley Smith; Helen Fry, Helen
Kane; Freddie Fry, Joseph Depew; Tap-Tap Thcrmp-
son. Jack Oakie; Percy {Pussy) Willow, William Aus-
tin; Axel Bronstrup, Stuart Ervvin; Bill Barringtori,
Wallace MacDonald; Dr. Oglethorpe, Charles Sellon;
Miss Twill, Aileen Manning.

"TANNED LEGS" — Radio Pictures.— From the
ston,' by George Hull. Adapted by Tom Geraghty.
Directed by Marshall Neilan. The cast: Peggy Rey-
nolds, June Clyde; Bill, Arthur Lake; Janet Reynolds,
Sall\' Blane; Roger, Allen Kearns; Mrs. Reynolds,
Nella Walker; Mr. Reynolds, Albert Gran; Clinton
Darrcnv, Edmund Burns; Mrs. Lycms King, Dorothy
Revier; Toolie, Ann Pennington; Pudgy, Lincoln
Stedman; Hosiery Model, Helen Kaiser; Hosiery
Model. Kay English.

"THEY HAD TO SEE PARIS"— Fox.— From

the story by Homer Croy. Scenario by Sonya
X-exnen. Directed by Frank Borzage. The cast:
Pike Peters. Will Rogers; Mrs. Peters. Irene Rich;
Opal Peters, Marguerite Churchill; Ross Peters, Owen
Davis, Jr.; Claudine. Fifi Dorsay; Marquis de Bris-
sac. Ivan Lobcdcff; Marquise de Brissac, Marcelle
Corday; Grand Duke Makiall. Theodore Lodi; Clark
McCurdy. Rex Bell; Fleurie, Christ iane Yves; Ed
Eggers. Edgar Kennedy; Tupper, Bob Kerr; Miss
Mason, Marcia Manon; Valet, Andre Cheron; Prince
Ordinsky. Grcgorj' Gay.

"THREE LOVES"— Moviegraph.— From the
novel by Max Brod. Directed by Kurt Bernhardt.
The cast: Dr. Karoff, Fritz Kortner; Stasha, Mariene
Di< trich; Henry Leblanc, Uno Henning; Charles he-
blanc. Oscar Stimma; Their Mother. Freda Ricliard;
Poitrier. Karl Ettlinger; Angele, Ekiith Edwards.

"TRESPASSER. THE"— United Artists.— From
the storj' by Edmund Goulding. Directed by Ed-
mund Goulding. The cast: Marion Donnell. Gloria
Swanson; Jack Merrick. Robert Ames; Hector Fergu-
son. Purnell Pratt; John Merrick, Sr.. William Hol-
den; Fuller. Henrj- B. Walthall; Jackie. Wally Al-
bright; Catherine "Flip" Merrick. Kay Hammond;
Miss Poller, Blanche Frederici; Blanche, Marcella
Corday.

"UNTAMED"— M-G-M.— From the story by
Charles E. Scoggins. Adapted by Sj-!via Thalberg
and Frank Butler. Dialogue by Willard Mack,
Directed by Jack Conway. The cast: Bingo, Joan
Crawford; Andy, Robert Montgomery; Ben Murchi-
son, Ernest Torrence; Howard Presley, Holmes Her-
bert; Bennock, John Miljan; Marjory, Gwen I^ee;
Paul. Edward Nugent; Gregg. Don Terr>'; Mrs.
Mason. Gertrude Astor; JoUoP, Milton Farney;
Dowling. Lloyd Ingram; Milly. Grace Cunard;
Moran, Tom O'Brien; Btllcombe, Wilson Benge.

"WELCOME DANGER "— PARAMOtrNT.- From
the ston' by Ted Wilde, Lex Neal and Felix AdIer.
Directed by Clyde Bruckman. The cast: Harold
Bledsoe. Harold Lloyd; Billie Lee, Barbara Kent;
Patrick Clancy. Noah Young; John Thorne. Charles
Middleton; Captain Walton, William Walling.

' "WOMAN TO WOMAN" — Tiffaky-Stahl. —
From the play by Michael Morton. Adapted by
Nicholas Foder. Directed by Victor SaWlle. The
cast: Lda, Betty Compson; David, George Barraud;
Vesta, Juliette Compton; Florence. Margaret Cham-
bers; Hal, Reginald Sharland; LilUe David, Georgie
Billings; Dr. Gavron, Winter Hall.

"YOUNG NOWHERES"— First National.—
From the storj' by Ida A. R. Wylie. Screen storj* by
Bradley King. Directed by Frank Lloyd. The cast:
Albert Whalen, Richard Barthelmess; Annie Jackson,



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