Clipped From Fitchburg Sentinel

bm2ka3nw5 Member Photo

Clipped by bm2ka3nw5

 - VILD tCo mtt»9ta agencies --_ p*....
VILD tCo mtt»9ta agencies --_ p*. comparatively pub- , nwu work. to wlm Mitchell Lewis J up-to-date with his screen plass I even though they are ba;ed on the wild and wooly west Poignant dra- matic scenes, rapid action, hilarious i comedy, and even a chorus of beauti- ' · ' · ' ' l ' " __» out of your bones breath-taking thrills, danng chances ,-1 succes*. a 95 assisting artists, ft is a romance j of the border lands and excellent I drama of the West with plenty of crutch' W» _ The b "Red Hot Rhythm" with breach as the star, is scheduled alone UK. Crawford i; the eir! v.ho sets the cowbov heart of Gibsons t --- and the villainies are fighting by the outlaw team, Duke I h famil Lee and: Jam** Mavm That, Jay laborers plenty of dramatic action -for "fVnr*niratin* Kid." Hoot Gib- I - "Concentraun' Kid," Hoot other is "High Treason' with sons role thiTwiH! Hume, Basil Gdl, Jameson, . , me Humbcreton Wright a .p^.. | Vnn-erul tsrular forecast of love and life in "The Dawn Patrol," which comes j also a R K. O comedy is on | 0 the Universal theater next Sun- small Monday and Tuesdaj, is the Gib- I uneven | ie Al Jolson's here again in bl-ick- ' produce vihite-face, too. for that, i n ' including bv far h« best show «t , most costly pioduction Barihclmess ha appeared in fincc the coming of It took mice as lone to n\ake and thouvinds of ex'ras were le . - , used in the outdoor scenes Two ] synchronizing j Remembering "Tn« Jazz Smfcer, 3 h u g c ajr dfmnes and toarrtefieJd* tfrv ·h Singing Fool" and "Say Jt With [ constructed on location ard 20 Songs " that is saving a great deal i planes were used in the air sequences ' Eipht planes were crashed for -- i thrilling effects r Joljon th* gold-I "The Dawn Patrol" teems v.uh , opportunity of his career and how dramatic situations, action, uae l t , " Marnmv · fini , of ,]] | inan , n tcrest It tells the s(on of a HAVRE made for laughter It u a cotnedv i froup of oung flers in the a mnntrel *«jw batktjound (years of the World war War is not g^at dramatic force but hardly a · it« theme--it grrves mereK as the . ' suggest r,i nt tears or Jolnon who got back is · it« theme-- it grrves mere . natural' background agamst , ford sn who knows all the tricks of the trade . n i i i f « J « i i 1.11-c. t-a jxjv-i I_TI M I C : * I a\JL sriip, g t o r v ]5 fln t d,p U , ton n f u director and author h a v e painted picture of the soul-struggl* of men » h o soar above the face thr enemy apft.nst great a I r v i n g B#rbn and the winzs odd* and m it find wimc'hinc greater mu*ic are al» done by ' than war to make a »cnfice for collaboration with Jolwm , The co-feature "Langerous Nan | came y«U smgi fowr or fave o* the b*si' McGrew," wtlh Helen Kane, is of his career m "Mammy,' among them being "Looking at You," "To My Mammy" and "Let Me Sing " Spec4«cuUr atquencM of "Mammy" are in technicolor which adds greatly' to their effectiveness The co-feature "The Concentratin' | Kid," is a typical wcctem picture, ffucinating story built up to overflowing with Kores and scores of laughs. Many covered bridges were *rcc1od in New Enejand 50 to 100 years a-j,o beca-uae lumber was cheap and the roof Mved the bridges from becom- af (be inno'vatton o* aome modem rng piled dangeroudy high with enow Hoot i* determined to keep in the winter. STAKTS

Clipped from
  1. Fitchburg Sentinel,
  2. 15 Nov 1930, Sat,
  3. Page 10

bm2ka3nw5 Member Photo