The Common Law' which begins a four-day run at the Queen's Theatre beginning from today, is a high-class feature in every respect. Romance, beautiful women and gowns, lavish sets and more romance. All these ingredients are packed liberally into the 1924 version of this widely read Robert W. Chambers' novel. Film plot included. This special production was directed by George Archainbaud. The cast is fine, especially the acting of Corinne Griffith, Conway Tearle, Elliott Dexter, Miss Dupont and Bryant Washburn.
Queen's Theatre: 'The Common Law'
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Valerie West, a beautiful artist's model, falls for wealthy artist Louis Neville. However, his aristocratic family doesn't approve of the relationship and persuades Valerie to promise that ...
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