Juvenile crime in Britain and Germany has, according to the home papers, been largely on the increase since the war began. As is generally the case, the thefts were undertaken in order to obtain money for entrance to a cinema show. The authority of parents is seldom regarded so far as cinema shows are concerned. Chaplin's film, 'The Second Mrs. Tanqueray' and D. W. Griffth's 'Intolerance' are mentioned as examples.
Children and Cinema Shows
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