Women They Talk About 1928

Well-directed, exceptionally cast production, which would be just another movie without the Vitaphone. Claude Gillingwater proves that an ex-stage actor, though effective on the silent screen, can walk away with a sound film. All
interest centers about his charming characterization of an irritable old gentleman who enjoys his enemies. Anders Randolf is also more effective on the Vitaphone. Unfortunately, there are only a few snatches of Irene Rich's
gorgeous contralto. The best talkie yet.

Photoplay October 1928


Women They Talk About
United States 1928

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Running time:60 minutes
Country:United States

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