Contents: What the Fans Think: an open forum of discussion by our readers, The New Zara: a portrait of Gloria Swanson in her latest role, Between Stars and You: a few misconception about motion-picture stars explained, Saprist - How Foreign: Jetta Goudal presents an unusual and fascinating study, Cynic in the Soup: the view of an unhappy director in Hollywood, Seeing Movies in London: views of English cinema theatres, The Observer: editorial comment on timely topics concerning the screen, Motion Pictures of the Mighty: secret moves of the new reel camera men, Absolutely, Mr., Gallagher: the story of two sensationally successful comedians, Milady - from Jamaica: a fair ambassador from the world of society discussion movie manners, Favorite Picture Players: portrait in rotogravure of popular motion-picture, The Best Answer to Criticism: Lois Wilson chose an unusual course and succeeded in following it, Following in Father's Footsteps: a chat with Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and his mother about his career, Over the Teacups: news and views of the motion-picture world as Fanny the Fan sees it, The Real Speed Demons: interesting disclosures about the making of motion pictures A Letter from Location: what happened when the Cecil De Mille company worked out on the desert, Anna with the Lid Off: Anna Q. Nilsson casts beauty and reserve to the winds and reveals a thoroughly fascinating personality, The Last Role of Sarah Bernhardt: a word picture of the great tragedienne at work on her last motion picture, A Comedian Not a Hero: after a bad start, Alfred Lunt seems to have found his film métier, The Screen in Review: frank critical comment on the new production, Morning Noon and Night on Fashion's Clock: Claire Windsor and Ruth Clifford illustrate come new fashions, Stedman & Son, Inc: an informational glimpse of one of the most interesting partnerships in the movies, Hollywood High Lights: what favorite in the film colony are doing and planning, When the Whistle Blows: the varied modes of movie luncheons, A Candle Flame: a friendly analytical study of little Mary Philbin, A Confidential Guide to Current Releases: thumb-nail reviews of important pictures, The Picture Oracle: answers to questions of our readers

Item number 25396
Category Periodical
Type Films
Dimensions height 283mm, width 220mm
Language English
Country of origin USA

Part of the Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell Collection