Parisian photoplays – until 'Body and Soul' brought Alice Lake to the screen again last evening at the Queen's Theatre – have been of two sorts, very drawing-room and impressively smart, or very underworld in an unconvincing, Apache-like way. Hence the relief and later, as soon as the really unusual story began to grip, genuine thrill at seeing the screen version of William Hurlbut's drama. Film plot included. Credit for direction is due Charles Swickard; and no less praise merited by Arthur Reeves for photography and A. E. Frenderman for the art settings. The photoplay was adapted by Hayden Talbot and Marc Robbins.
Queen's Theatre: 'Body and Soul'
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