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On the Screen
*Tbe Case of Reeky," at the
Mallo, and 'i Accuse,** at
Strand, iUedioere Pictures
By Harr-tte Underhill
When tv0 were Quito small our music
tracher used to furnish us with what
?Were called simplified copies of "lam
0 Shan!-.- and "Monastery Bells,"
s id wo 1 a led simplified copies so much
! we resolved to outgrow them. So
tve did, and now here again at our
time of life we aro receiving simplified
__ copies, 'or nearly every picture which
taken from a stage play is a sim
Iplifted eon;.. If a thing is suggested
. a play it has to have a ni>:o dia?
gram with i'. when it is put on the
4,'reen, for fear the ppectators won't
understand it ss well as the audience
"did.
The picture which we saw yesterday
at the Rialto exactly illustrates our
meaning, and the case in question U
"The Case of Beckyi" a play by Ed
ward Locke, which was produced by
l'avid Belasco Usually when we find
fault the producers wiJl up and tell
?b that the material in the play was
v.ot suitable lor the screen. Tney can'fc
tell us that now, however, for we rc
. i ?emh r dent in the play, and
V ad looked forward eagerly to teeing
them tr ... ferred to the screen.
Becky and Dorothy weie dull per?
sonalities belonging to one your..? girl.
The reason Dorothy was thus endowed
? witb ?? disagreeable personality, Becky,
* was because i hypnotist had carried
her mother about with him in a giasa
vise in a continual state of hypnotic
cleep before Dcrothy was born and the
* ? ltfui-nce was pre-natal. In the play
? Dr. Emerson, whose wife ehe bad been
hefore -ohe was lured away by this
- Balzamo, gets at the truth by hypnotiz
* \~?g Balzamo, the hypnotist, and forcing
Mm to reveal every thing. This was a
t'aaeinating scene and it is left out of
; the picture entirely. Here Dr. Emer
rOTi threat is Balzamo with a pistol
end then digs up a ghost to b*unt him
till he commits suicide.
And in the play Frances Starr did
some remarkable characterizations.
xVhen she would feel Becky taking pos
1 ?ssioii of her body she would gradu
. Rlly become impish and suspicious, and
vhe would always insist on having her
vails very shiny. "Dorothy hates "em
- shiny," Becky would tiay. "I love 'em
that way." eke would reply, and would
. .lecorate herself fantasti-cally and dance
ind slr.g ribald songs. But in the pic
. tare what happens7 Why, when Becky
appears the simply becomes violent.
* There is no illusion o? a young lady
with a dual personality. You simply
think you are looking at a young lady
in a bad fit of temper. Constance Bin
Tiey, who plays the "art, is not to
blame. It ia the way it is written. Of
? ourse, they had to make it obvious so
it Would be understood. But gcrte, all
gone, are thu mystery and the charm
of the Belasco performance. The
things which veut not revealed until
the end of the pla., ate put in at the
beginning of the picture. It i=i like
telling th poii of a ctory first and
~sTeTn ~wTy~ h a ll
109 Cist 14th 8trs?t
EXHIBIT OF PAINTINGS ON
MUSICAL SUBJECTS
By American Artists
October 6. : is ]?. tl
10 A- M. to i-.i-O P. IS.
Admission Fro?
then going on and telling: the begin- i
iiing of it.
Glenn Hunter is the lover, but we |
like him better in boy parts than we do j
in lover parts. Montague Love is good
as the wicked Balzamo. Frank McCor
mack is the doctor. The scenario was
made by Olarkson Miller and tho pic?
ture was directed by Chester Franklin.
On the picture program also ore a
post-naturo picture, "Le Voyaguer,"
and a Chester comedy, "Snooky's Blue
Monday."
The overture is "William Tell." Mary
Fabian sings Rimsky-Korsakoff's "Song
of Indis," and Eduardo Albano sings
the Prologue from "I Pagliacci." Jo?
seph Alctssi played "La Paloma" on the
trumpet, and eo infectious was the
melody that the old bald-headed man
in front of us wiggled his head and
snapped his fingers in imitation of
castenetd till hij wife chided him into
tilence.
Yesterday afternoon we went to the
Strand to see "I Accuse," and when it
was finished wo said, "So do I, I ac?
cuse the French of making very bad
pictures," and yet they err in such an
ingenuous way that the feelings which
they arouse are not so much impatience
at the stupidity of the thing as a gentle
tolerance amounting at times almost to
forgiveness. The actors and tho di?
rector proceed with a pleased compla?
cence which can only mean that they
think they are patting over a big idea.
in1 great shape.
.'? Accuse" is what the hero is always
shouting whenever he sees a ruined vil?
lage or a ruined lady, lie mean:- that
ho accuses tho Germans of every con?
ceivable atrocity?which it not exactly
a new idea. Yet, ?I is a war ?tory, and
all the scenes are shown in the trenches
and on the battlefields, just an they
have been shown In hundreds of other
pictures. la the end the hero goes mad
and bo describes to his listeners how
he saw the dead ri'jo from Flanders
Field and accuse the v/orld of not being
worthy of their sacrifice. It ?? a grcw
eome sight, only by that time many of
tho people in tho theater were a.-.?eep.
So if the picture was intended to carry
any message it should_ ha-, c come ear?
lier in the day.
The story latt3 for six years, but it
seems much longer than that. We
might have forgiven them for show?
ing another war picture, but wc could
never overlook tho fact that it was
woven around the most tawdry sort of
love affair, where some terriblo men
were in love with a startled heroine
who had a wart or a mole on the
bridge of her nose and a doubly chin.
Such little defects should be attended
to before she has a close-up airain.
One of the men who was in love with
her was her husband?well and good.
The other was a poet?not so good.
He wrote a poem "To the Sun," and the
first timo he read it to lits old mother
she fell asleep. He refuted to sec the
handwriting on the wall, however, and
insisted on reading it to her again
when he came home on a furlough.
This time she died. When the heroine
sees that her Jean's mother is dead
sha bays: ?'He must truly love me,' as
he allows vay trouble to precede his
own."
The titles are all a:; bad a: they can
be, though probably the fault was in
the translation. Whoever did them
may have known French, but he cer?
tainly did not know English. It is
nearly as bad in thi;i respect as that
Italian picture which was shown at
the ifippodrome early in the bcar,on.
i It is not bo bad in other ways, how?
ever, and neither i? it as bad a-, "The
Spirit of '76," a picture made from a
Civil War story.
The audience received it very polite?
ly, though a laugh wag not entirely
?oppressed when at the end of a har?
rowing deathbed sceno the "heavy"
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whispers, "I wish ? could see my dog." ?
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never noticed his dog, so far as we j
are aware, when he had u chance. liis |
h< ; h stays were quite filled with ?
scenes of how erurl he was to the i
little woman who had married him !
when she wns a mere child.
With a hatband like that we do not
see how she could recognize an utrocity
when she saw oric. At any rato she
was missing for four years and when
she came home she carried with her a
husky child, whose father she said was
ont- of a number of Germans. The
husband refus?? to believe her and
saya. "Nay, it i? the poet's child," and
he is about to kill it when he sees the
light. Whereupon ho girds his loins
again and goo? forth to battle onde
more. This time he is successful and
is killed, and the poet and the heroine
and the child live hanpy ever after.
ilI Accuse" was written and directed
by Abel Gance. Il is released by
United Artists and presented by the
American Legion, neither of which or?
ganizations we should judge had very
good taste in motion pictures.
The overture is "1812" and there is
an effective prologue to the picture
in which the mile quartette and aome
pleasing dancers participate.
"Footlights." with Elsie Ferguson,
will continue at the Rivoli. At the :
Tapitol the feature is Tom Moore in
"From the Ground Up." This will' be
reviewed to-morrow.
The Stage Door
- i Huyes In "The Wren*? ?W.ll fcn
?-?i to-night at the Gaiety Theator.
The Theater Guild will opeti lit season
at. the Garrlek Tl?eator to-night with
"Ambush," a comedy by Arthur Rlchman.
Charles rn'.liisrliam will present Alla.-\
I ill .el In "A BUI of Divorcement" this
evening at the Cohan Theater.
Oliver Morosco ivl?l offer "Love Dream?"
tills evening at the Times Square Theater.
At tTi# Greenwich Villar? Theater Ar?
nold Daly'? repertory r.oro.?'?ry begins its
j">awnn to-ntght vltta a duuble bill. "The
Children'? Tragedy" und "l'ha Vac Dyck."
Robert; Warwick ?n "Tn the Night
Watch" la the attraction this week a.t the
Shubert-Rivlera,
"Welooms Stranger ' remain? for an?
other week at the Bronx Opera House,
In Brooklyn, the Montante Theater has
Franelno Larri m o re In "Nice People*' aa
the current attraction. "Irene" continues
for another week ?it the Majestic.
The premiere of the Italian film,
"Theodora," echrduled for to-night a.t the
.'ir'or Theater, baa buen postponed !?> 1" ri
day, October 14.
WlUtaru Hodge In "Beware of Dogs."
now at i.hc Broadhurst Theater, will h?
ferred to the rhlrty-ninth Street
Theater on October 17, on which night
Arthur Hopkins will present Lionel Barry,
lucre In "The Ciaw" at tho BroadhurcL
T'.'.chsrd Walton Tu ly is directing re
hearuala of "The Right to Strike," by
Ernest Hutchlnson. The vlay will open
In Washington next Monday, preparatory
to ita prea;ntaUou on Broadway.
The N'ew York American Beagne base?
ball team will b* guests of A. VI. Wood
to-night at the r>erioran:e cf "Back Bay,"
Eltinj? 1 heater.
Members of the Baseball Writers' Asso?
ciation, who are In New York to report
ihr? "world's series." will attend the per- ?
?ormsnce of "Main Etrect'' this evening
in a body.
Middleton Superb
In Light Songs as
Well as Classics
Baritone Best Known in Ora?
torio Appears in Varied
Program at Aeolian; Ga?li
CurciSings at Hippodrome
Those who attended Arthur Middle
ton's recital yesterday afternoon at
Aeolian Hall were a:Tordcd the rare op?
portunity of listening to a singer whose
art closely touches rjerfiction. Mr.
Middleton, a barytone long associated
with oratorio, disclosed as fine a mas?
tery of songs in Italian, French and
German as he did of the music with
which his naino has been largely con?
nected. Hia voice is in itself a pleas?
ure to hear, but this pleasure is en?
hanced by the singer's admirable
knowledge of tho art of singing, by hia
firm control of breath, pure phrasing,
clear diction and interpretativo intel?
ligence. Mr. Middleton began his re?
cital v.ith Handels recitativo and aria
"I Felt the Deity Within" and "Arm,
Arm, Ye Brave." This wan followed
by the same composer's "Where'er
You Walk," Mendelssohn's "I Am a
Roamcr Bold" and songs by Secchi.
Lully, Brahms, Hermann, Kaun, Speaks'
Forsythe and other composers. From
"Lung? dal caro bene" to such an ad?
mirable trille as Strickland':) "Mai:
Lindy Lou" the singer's program v/a?
nothing if not varied, but hia singing
remained uniformly excellent through?
out the afternoon.
In the evening Mme. Amclita Galli
Curci made her first appearance of fh<
season in the ".formal setting of th<
Hippodrome. Her program was Iiglv
."<nd included songs by Fourdrain, Hahn
Rogers, Carpenter and three operath
arias?"Ah, non creda," from Bellini'i
"Sonnambula". Co mad scene fron
Thomas's "Hamlet," und the mad seen?
from "Lucia." Although her \oico wa?
not at its best the usual agreoabl
features of her singing were in evi
dence, among then: tho softness aui
purity of her extremo upper nptea
There were, other features, us familia
if not to agreeable?wanderings fron
pitch, and a marked tendency to slui
particularly unfortunate in the openini
bars of Hahn'u "D'Une Prison." A
times, too, Mme. Galli-Curci appearei
rcant of breath, so that sin eul phrase
in haif to rcmed tin de i iency.
At the same t:me, in Carnegie Hal]
Mischa Violin, a young violinist of th
unconventional variety, was giving a re
citai. Mr. Violin vrai Loara here lae
season, and hia playing has not soar^-i
to greater eminence, although from th
size of t?.o audience that crowded th
hall it would apear that be ha3 man;
enthusiastic admirers.
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Foster American Ballet ?
As a part of tho B. F. Keith "third
of a century" anniversary, E. F. Albes
will lend the influence of the Keith
vaudeville circuit to the establishment
of an American national ballet. Ger-1
trudo Hoffman has been selected as j
the artist to open the activity. Begin
ning in Washington to-day at the Keith
Theater she will devote a morning a
week at the theater to interviewing
candidates who are interested in danc?
ing. These dancers will have the bene?
fit of Miss Ho?rman'3 appearance and
advice as well as an address on a na?
tional ballet, which will be illustrated
with the aid of members of her com?
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