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Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - October 13, 1926, Lowell, Massachusetts THE LOWELL SUN OCTOBER 13 1920 Add for the star' a II linsy plot t cliance Id wear plenty of fascinaUny clolhr.s, lo sins' a and In Appenr jnsl as I'allslmt as possible and yon liave everything. Miss niotiile, possessed of voice- and ward- Amata tlrassl and Vjxl Till-: S'l'HA.M) Itcglnald Denny and Tnm Mix Eirw I left hor devoted husband to worr'ied lo Khariiu; equally on Strand attend to business. l''irst a handsome 'for the' first part of the week. Their youny otfieer, then a madly infutu- latest j aled boy who tried to drown himself fur love rif and ya Hungarian rorn.inee won WKS it never eure for this because he had been soul on a dlplo- j ar> nialii: mission. Her heart, "however. sent her on a romantic mission. ;tnd j Hadji All. llio will alsu bo Ho robe and a knowledge of how to use i picture offerings arc the latest pro- hoth to fullest advaatiifre, left nothlllK I by these two stellar liyhts to he desired in her interpretation of j of .sereen. and like all that have Hie pai-l I gone before, thoir efforts are nit.sl Italph [larolde .is Gerald Cray makes merUt.riims. There surely is somelhiiu; the hr-.ii of u part Hint Is of course 1 In a name. Killlrr on a motion secondary In a plot buihlcd v.'lth Hie I iikrltire proKrain assures patrons d Idea in mind of stai rlny but one I Homctlilinj worth while In'lluir yon. 'i'be whole plot revolves around tlcular line of screen effort, und tms M1ss I.'esmonde and ahe occasion is no execution to the. rule, throughout. Henry Cro.ssin und Miss I lenny's .product! 'Take U I'rom _ Hee Hanimond as cnnipaiuons of (5niy Me." and It's farce comedy, wtilte Ininbhi Pictures Corpomtlon lias pro- inject identy of sidec Into the offer-, .Mix's contribution in ix characteristic dnred a nlrn under the orlKln.il title, for a lot of tun. Sweet Rosie O'C! rally" with the Merle- Sytnoiids aro 1 attraction this hill. Ho i'si sometimes know. as "A Human Volcano." Hero inn mm .who demoiiscrrues somelhlni; entirely somet lilnx; iinfjeUevable and sonle- hor ealiriclous heart. I which holds all or the oecnltlsii to end, was there no of the Orient Iti his work. Don't miss lllrlatl'jus wife of his. I Hadji for will give you some .See a doiiiomul's metliorl of curing su.'h Uirills thrrt new. ftlul that t-on- Ills. It's decidedly interesting arid i vhuv
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