REGENT Paris glittering, colorful and sometimes dramatic by the sheer aombreneaa of It, forma the background background for Edmund Gouldlng's vivid photoplay of Apache love and bate, "Paris," opening at the Regent today. today. It Is a tale In lights and shadows; shadows; It shocks with Its surprises, even In the nature of the roles played by well-known well-known well-known players, with Charles Hay. famous delineator of country boys, romping through the role oi a denonair American tourist tourist a rich youth in Paris pleasure bent who faces wild Apaches with a sang frold that wins him victories without, fighting for them. Joan Crawford la here transferred Into an exotlo Apache girl, of fiery temper temper and strange moods. The story is a vivid mystery laid In the dens of the Apache, with Kay enmeshed in a Queen Apache feud, and falling in iuvh wua juiss urawford, the Apache dancer. He dues not win the girl, however, and therein lies a dramatic and surprising climax with some very remarkable acting.