Nina o' the Theatre (1914) Poster

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It is a good vehicle for the beautiful leading woman
deickemeyer30 September 2018
This two-part offering is the first of a prospective series to feature Alice Joyce. It tells a story of two true lovers separated by the lying work of a third party, a doctor, who then marries the heroine, a beautiful actress. This doctor as a character hampers the picture. He is not a convincing villain, but does at the close a sensational and convincing enough death-fall over the banisters. This opens the way for the happy ending in which the actor and the actress can marry and be forever after, etc. It is a good vehicle for the beautiful leading woman, Alice Joyce, who is photographed in many lovely scenes, in which she is herself the thing of greatest beauty. It is a pretty picture rather than a deep or true one. - The Moving Picture World, June 27, 1914
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