Smilin' Through' is to be presented at the Coronet Theatre next week. This is the loveliest thing Norma Talmadge ever did, and by every token the greatest picture this year has brought forth. Technically, the production is without a flaw. It surpasses even the high standard established by Jos. M. Schenck, who has long sponsored the Talmadge productions. As a piece of direction, it is the most brilliant example of Sidney Franklin's art. Wyndham Standing establishes in 'Smilin' Through' a new standard. Harrison Ford is certainly one of the finest leading men on the screen. Alec B. Francis is exceedingly lovable. Glenn Hunter is perfectly suited to the role of Willie Ainsley.
Smiling Through: Beautiful Play at the Coronet
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Jane Cowl (play)
Kathleen, a young Irish woman, is in love with Kenneth Wayne but is prevented from marrying him by her guardian John Carteret. John is haunted by memories of his thwarted love for Kathleen's aunt, Moonyean.
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