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mess' first talkie, with the star as a reformed
convict. A popular sensation. Part Talkie. {April.)

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

WHEN DREAMS COME TRUE— Rayart.— This
has been going on for years. Blue-grass racing
stor>'. with Helene Costetlo and Rex Lease. Silent.
(May.)

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

• WHY BE GOOD?— First National.— Colleen
Moore at her naughtiest and nicest. Peppy and
entertaining. Sound. (April.)

WILD BLOOD— Universal. — Rex, the wonder
horse, gets a rough deal in a particularly childish
Western. Silent. (April.)

• 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.
All Talkie. {June.)

WINGEDHORSEMAN,THE— Universal.— Hoot

Gibson gives up his pony and takes the air, with Ruth
Elder his flying partner. Vague plot. Silent. (May.)

WOLVES OF THE CITY— Universal.— Action
thriller, with Bill Cody saving Sally Blane from the
rascally ransom-crooks. Silent. (April.)

WOMAN FROM HELL, THE— Fox.— Rather
tame drama linked to a wild title. Sound. (Aug.)

WOMAN I LOVE. THE— FBO.— Mad husband
sets out to murder man for making love to wife.
Excited? Neither are we. Silent. (May.)

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

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



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"AWFUL TRUTH, THE"— Pathe.— From the
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man and Horace Jackson. Directed by Marshall
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"CHASING THROUGH EUROPE" — Fox. —
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David Butler and Alfred Wcrker. The cast: LiJida
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■'COCK EYED WORLD, THE"— Fox.— From

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son. Scenario by Raoul Walsh. Directed by Raoul
Walsh. Tlie cast: Top Sergeant Flagg. Victor
McLaglen; Sergeant Harry Quirt, Edmund Lowe;
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El Brendel; Co7ino/s, Bobby Burns; Katinka, Jean-
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Dresden; Jacobs. Joe Rochay.

"DYNAMITE"— M.-G.-M.— From the story by
Jeanie MacPherson. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille.
Photography by Peverell Marlcy. The cast: Roger
Towne. Conrad Nagch Cynthia Crothers. Kay John-
son; Hagon Derk, the ' Fire Boss," Cliarles Bickford;
Marcia Towne, Julia Favc; Katie Derk. Muriel Mc-
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Stockbridge; I'oMKg Vtdtures, Leslie Fenton, Barton
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Nancy Dover, Neely Edwards, Jerr>' Zier, Rita
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Haines; Bobby, Douglas Frazer Scott; His Mother,
Jane Kecklcy; Neighbors. Blanche Craig, Mary Gor-
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^'GIRL IN THE GLASS CAGE, THE"— First
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Ralph Dawson. The cast: Gladys Cosgrove, Lorctta
Young; Terry Pomfret, Carroll Nye; Carlos. George E.
Stone; Doc Striker, Mathcw Betz; Sheik Smith. Lucien
Littlefifld; John Cosgrove, Ralph Lewis; Mrs. Pom-
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Sellon; Attoryiey Fellcnues, Robert Haines; The Judge,
William Holden.

"HALF MARRIAGE"— RKO.— From the story
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Carroll. Morgan Farley; Charles Ttirjier, Ken Murray;
Ann Turner. AnnGrcenway; TomStribbling. Anderson
Lawler; Sally, Sally Blane; Mrs. Page. Hedda Hopper;
George Page, Richard Tucker; James Bradbury, Jr.,
Jack Trent. James Eagle, G. Pat Collins. Will Staun-
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"HALLELUJAH"— M.-G.-M.— From the scena-
rio by Wanda Tuchock. Dialogue by Ransom Ride-
out. Directed by King Vidor. The cast: Zeke,
Daniel L. Haynes; Chick. Nina Mae McKenney;
Hot Shot, William Fountaine; Parson, Harry Gray;
Mammy. Fannie Belle DeKnight; Spunk, Everett
McGarrity; Missy Rose, Victoria Spivey; Johnson
Kids, Milton Dickerson. Robert Couch, Walter Tait;
and the Dixie Jubilee Singers.

"HOOFBEATS OF VENGEANCE" — Uni-
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Wm. L. Wright. Directed by Henry MacRae. The
cast: Rex. the King of Wild Horses, Rex; Sergt. Jack
Cordoti, Jack Perrin; Mary Horlon. Helen Foster; Jud
Regan. Al Ferguson; Starlight, Starlight; Markee,
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"KEMPY"— M.-G.-M.— From the story by J, C.
Nugent and Elliott Nugent. Directed by E. Mason
Hopper, The cast: Kempy. Elliott Nugent; Kate.
Norma Lee; Duke Merrill, Roland Young; Mr. Bence,
J. C. Nugent; Mrs. Bence, Clara Blandick; Rulh
Bence, Marion Schilling; Jane Wade, Leora Spellman;
Ben Wade, James Donlan.

"KITTY"— World Wide. — From the novel by
Warwick Deeping. Directed by Victor Saville. The
cast: Kitty Greenwood, EstcUe Brody; Alex. St,
Georne, John Stuart; Mrs. St. George, Dorothy Gum-
ming; Sarah Greenwood. Marie Ault; Furnival, Win-
ter Hall; Leaper, Olaf Hjtten; Reuben. Charles
0"Shaughnessy; Dr. Dazeley, E. F. Bostwick; Dr.
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The Electrician, Gibb.McLaughlin.

"LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY.THE"— M.-G.-M.
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by Sydney Franklin. The cast: Mrs. Cheyncy^
Kormo.Shca.TQr; Lord Arthur Ditling, Basil Rathbone;
Charles, George Barraud; Lord Elton, Herbert Bun-
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Carroll; Mrs. Wynton, Madeline Seymour; Willie
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"LUCKY LARKIN"— Universal.— From the
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James Farley; Bill Parkinson, Harry Todd; Pete
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"LUCKY STAR"— Fox.— From the story by
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" PICCADILLY ■■—World Wide.— From the
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"PLEASURE CRAZED"— Fox.— From the play
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Gallaher. The cast: A^oro Westhy, Marguerite
Churchill; Capt. Anthony Dean, Kenneth MacKenna;
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Campbell Gullan; Nigel Blain. Douglas Gilmore;
Colonel Farquar, Henry Kolker; Holland. Frederick
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"RIVER OF ROMANCE" — Paramount. —
From the play "Magnolia" by Booth Tarkington.
Adapted by Dan Totheroh and John V. A. Weaver.
Screen plav by Ethel Doherty. Directed by Richard
Wallace. The cast: Tom Rumford. Charles " Buddy"
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Jeffers. June Collyer; Gen. Jeff Rumford; Henry B.
Waltliall; Gen. Orlando Jackson, Wallace Beery;
Captain Blackie, Fred Kohler; Mexico. Natalie Kings-
ton; Major Patterson. Walter McGrail; Joe Patterson.
Anderson Lawier; Madame Rumford, Mrs. George
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"SAILOR'S HOLIDAY"— Pathe.— From the
story by Joseph Franklin Poland. Adapted by Joseph
Franklin Poland and Ray Harris. Directed by Fred
Newmeyer. The cast: Adam Pike, Alan Hale;
Molly Jones, Sally Filers; Shorty. George Cooper;
Jimmylegs, Paul Hurst; Mrs. Pike, Mary Carr;
Captain, Charles Clary.

"SALUTE^"— Fox.— From the story by Tristam
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Kevin McGuinness. Directed by John Ford. The
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Helen Chandler; Marion Wilson, Joyce Compton;
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"SMILING IRISH EYES"— First National. —
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Henry FreuHch. The cast : Kathleen O'Connor. Col-
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"SPEEDWAY" — M.-G.-M.— From the story by
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"STREET GIRL"— RKO.— From the story
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"TRIAL MARRIAGE"— CoLtTMBiA.— From the
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Maizie Dolan, Jocelyn Lee; Bobby Dolan, Nita Mar-
tan; Monty Solari, Armand Kaliz; Mrs. Solari,
Gertrude Astor; Jason Treejohn, Carl Levinus; Mrs.
Treejohn. Alice Lake; Pete, Ben Hendricks, Jr.; Red,
Eddie Gribbon.

"UNHOLY NIGHT. THE"— M.-G.-M.— From
the story by Ben Hecht. Adapted by Edwin Justus
Mayer. Directed by Lionel Barry more. The cast:
Dr. Ballou, Ernest Torrence; Lord Montague, Roland
Young; Lady Efra, Dorothy Sebastian; Lady Vi,
Natalie Moorehead; The Butler, Sydney Jarvis; The
Maid, Polly Moran; The Orderly, George Cooper; The
Mystic, Sojin; Sir James Rtimsey, Claude Fleming;
Inspector Lewis, Clarence Geldert; Major Mallory,
John Miljan; Col. Davidson, Richard Tucker; Capt,
Dorchester, John Loder; Lieut. Williams, Phillip
Strange; Lieut. Savor, John Roche; Major Endicott,
Lionel Belmore; Capt. Bradley, Gerald Barry; Major
McDougal, Richard Travers.

"VERY IDEA. THE"— RKO.— From the play by
William Le Baron. Stage direction by Frank Craven.
Pictorial direction'^by Richard Rosson. The cast:



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