Times Square 1929

Arthur Lubin brings it on himself. When he plays a part so strongly reminiscent of Al Jolson in "The Jazz Singer" and "The Singing Fool" he invites comparison and, well it just isn't fair, that's all. Lovely Alice Day is okay. "Times Square" has merits of its own if you don't mind a road company Jolson.

Photoplay November 1928


Times Square
United States 1929

Directed by
Joseph C. Boyle

Arthur Lubin
Ann Brody
Natalie Joyce


Running time:78 minutes
Country:United States

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