"Studio and Screen"

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CHEV-OCT-6-A - Maurice Chevalier. MEETING with Maurice Cheva-k...
Maurice Chevalier. MEETING with Maurice Cheva-k Cheva-k Cheva-k Her, the French music hall idol, recently imported by Jesse L. Lasky to star in talking pictures, went a long way toward explaining why this fine looking man with the sincere. attractive smile, is a national insti tution in his own country. He is a tall, athletically built man and perhaps perhaps the easiest way to describe to American picturegners what he looks like is to say that he has a kind front face resembling that of Clive Brook and a profile like Edmund Lowe. His smile is truly magnetic, not a flashy or insincere smile, but a warmly sympathetic and tender smile. When some one referred to him as "the Al Jolson of Paris," M. Chevalier explained that hts technique is not like that of Broadway s popular entertainer entertainer but he supposed the com parison was made because both oc

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle28 Oct 1928, SunPage 59

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)28 Oct 1928, SunPage 59
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