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' w v mi in ii m M in i i ii lip in I n hi n i wv ' ' ' " -'THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1922. Reel Reviews By DON ALLEN G PASSING IN REVIEW The way of thu moviegoer tills vocl Isn't quite na bumpy ah tho fa tnbus approach to Dublin; nor s uil macadam, Uit with the wlclo range, from the bioudest iifrootiicdy to Hie narrowest of hymnoloBical subjects, It ousht not to bo hard for the patrons of the undulating opera to llnd some thing to Interest and nmuso thorn. Many, In fuct, most, of the Hroad way clneuiaH are eye and ear Infir maries Insofar as both-night and hear ing are catered to. In tho balance If thoy'd throttle the organ or organ- t, or both, one could enjoy the pic iros In comparative quietness. All would be silence, save for the plaintive call of tho sub-tltlo reader to Us mato. The outstanding feature of the week's new films is "Star Dust, ' starring Hope Hampton, as dainty a colleen as over adopted a Drltisli name, at tho Strand. Kannlo Jluiat, who wroto the story on which "Star Dust" Is based, aroso In a projection room nnd said mean thins about tho pro ducer ct at. Miss Hurst didn't lilec ho picture. There are thoso who will tferce with her but they wilt moat tertalnly be in tho minority. ) Lionel Uarrymore, a far belter jcrcen actor than brother John, looms large and forceful in "Boomerang Bill," a crook film at the Rlalto. Bodolfo, nco Rudolph Valentino, is the dominant llgure In "Moran of the I-ady Letty" at the Rlvoll, while "Where Is My Wandering Hoy To Night?" leans Plsa-llke tow'ard a ser mon on tho Criterion screen. "Orphans of the Storm," at tho Apollo, Is still wearing out the. S. It. O. sign; "Foolish Wives," further denatured and alctted by "personal appearances," still unwinds at the Central; "Turn to the night" Is run fling along smoothly at tho Lyric. "The Prodigal Judge" lias one week more at tho Cameo lcforc leaving J'roadway flat. llnd tho director of Lionet IJarry- I more In "Uoomcrang mil," now un l winding the lllalto, boon thoughtful enough to feasor the Jail scenety I with n little nalt, pepper and a dash ii papilka, the star would probably have made a meal of It. As It Is, tiarrymoie. In his biggest scone, bites u few chunks out of tho biggest bouldei.i. This all happens, after Hoomtrang Dill has been sentenced to serve time for pulling oft "ono moro Job" In order to get tho money that will savo tho life of "tho girl's" mother, and has then been informed that the self-same girl is about to marry "tho other feller." Scenery mastication and all consid ered, It Is a mighty strong situation, tnado stronger by the superb acting of tho famous Btar. Some of the best scenes In the Dim were taken In what h) left of New York's Chinatown and In Dattcry Park. With Lionel Hatrymoro as tho Btar "Boomerang' Dill" is well worth tho seeing, and the Rlalto musical pro gramme well worth the heating. during tho unreeling, nro Waller Long. Kmll Jonfenati'.-., Charles Hi-lndley, Maude Wayne, Cecil Hol land and CJeorgo ICuwa. The Itlvoll music Is up to the house's standard. "The Four Horsemen of tho Apoc atypso and music form tho week's offering at tho Capitol. There may be another screen ac tress who could play Moran in "Moran of tho Lady Letty" and offlclato as the skipper of such a ship, but we don't recall her right new. In this thriller Miss Dalton and Rodolfo Valentino appear as this week's offering at the Rlvoll. If there bad been more rigging and moro deck space on tho "Lady Letty" there would have been moro fights, but as It stands "Moran of tho Lady Letty" Is as full of action as a Mex ican Jumping bean during tho hop harvest. It's all about sea rovers and shanghaied m6n who light for posses sion of "Moran" and shows how a self-possessed young woman can re tain that self-possession until she meets "Tho Man." Those who smuggle and fight, all Xo wonder tho tear-damp mother j asked "Wheie Is My .Wandering Hoy I To-night?" For, if there 'ever was a wanderer, tho Boy In the famous hymp surely Is IT. In fact, ' ho wanders all over tho screen at the Crltetion this week In a film of that name. Wo pitied, pitied from tho bottom of our movie-proof heart, tho wondering mother of tho wandering boy. Tho Boy with tho wanderlust, which was whetted by tho Infatua tion for a chorus girl, 1m well played by Cullen Landls and we couldn't for tho life of us figuro why lio ever wanted to wander away from such a mother as Virginia Truo Board man or sucli a country girl as Patsy Ruth Miller. But he did. If ho hadn't wo wouldn't liavo had to listen to the hymn for so many years or to have seen the movie. Tho Boy succeeds in getting himself Into more trouble than a beetle on tanglefoot until he is innldo looking out whllo making llttlo ones out of big ones. Of course, ho gains his pardon (hrough tho brave actions during a Jail delivery and tho film closes In oodles of saccharine. Wo cannot understand why they pictured tho Boy falling for a chorus girl. Why not a movio vamp? It would have been much more to the Hollywood 1 work with Harold Lloyd nnd Hebe Daniels In tho funny roles. Nahan Fmnko. the distinguished violinist nnd conductor, rendered several numbeis. lOldont Stanford, soprano, and ll'i'liard Hold, tenor, lender a vocnt duct. "The Oatden of Your Heart." MRS. SANGER CANCELS TALK. 'I'u III In Appear Ht .MerMnir, She Snlln for Jnpnn To-Hny. A meeting which was to have, been held at the Lexington Theatre, Mat Ktreot and Lexington Avenue, last night a a cnd off" to Mrs. Margaret San ger, birth' control advocate, who leaves to-day for Japan and China, was not held owing to tho Illness of Mrs. Sanger. Mrs. Sanger said over tho telephone dim had been til for the last tow days und thought It best not to undergo the fntlRuo tlio meeting would entail. Who said tlio qucatloh of posstblo pollco In terference did not figure. K S IIopo Hampton, in the flesh, as well rw celluloid, is tho chief attrac- I lion this week at Joseph Plunkctt'n cinema emporium the Strand. Tho film is "Star Dust," a First National attraction and ably directed by Hobart Henley. Tho cast equld not lie improved upon and Noel Tearlo was so villtalnous, as tho brutal hus- I band, that tho audience applauded I wildly when a train In which ho was a passenger was wrecked and he killed. 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