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FAIRBANKS/ALASKA, SCREEN LIFE HOLLYWOOD TO FAIRBANKS Well folks, ycilcrdsy I told you that the Lovy i'arade would give you something to ta'.k about. Now let me tell .yvu "wh-.i the .leading critics of the.>' have to s<n» about it. To i,egii>. with, the cntic of the New York American had this to say after' viewing the. picture. "The combination ef Lutitsch. ;he German, and Chavnlior. the Frenchman, Frenchman, -'working for the American screen, is irresistable. This gay. sophisticated, sophisticated, altogether amiable talk] talk] ie-singing boasts the radiant caarm of Maurice. Chevalier, the subtle adult direction of Ernst Lubitsch'arid, the captivating , melodies of Victor [ Schertzingeir: For Chevalier we j simply can't .find enough superlative 'adjectives. He is utterly delightful, (entrancing, and enrapturing. His i trink . . his smile .. his - - - : what I they call personality, his superb un! un! demanding of Lubitsch's mega- j phone; his refreshing performance. ! of the leading role in The Love Pa- I rade should add—and how - - to his I fan mail Chevalier, in our opinion, is the most vivid actor on the screen totjay." This, from the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Comic opera of the jo!- liest variety, awaits the sereengoei- in The Love Parade. Certainly, the audible screen has disclosed no more pleasing entertainer than Maurice Chevalier. In none of the ear her talking pictures . . dramatic - comic comic — or musical, . . have there

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  1. Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,
  2. 12 Jun 1930, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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