Charlie Chaplin has produced a really serious film, 'A Woman of Paris,' which has been the talk of two continents, and which has been acclaimed as a masterpiece. The excellence of the acting in 'A Woman of Paris' is not all due to the genius of Charlie Chaplin. In the leading part, Edna Purviance is admirable tragic and always subdued. The chief feature of this film is the lovable villain, played so capably by Adolphe Menjou. It is worth seeing the picture at the Coronet.
A Woman of Paris': First Serious Film by Charlie Chaplin
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