Hold Your Man 1929

What with Laura La Plante over-emoting, and what with a thin and watery story about a dissatisfied young wife, this is anything but a merry and laughful comedy. Young Scott Kolk makes a fairly pleasing debut as a leading man, but Laura just runs wild. And the dialogue, sad to say, is pretty soupy. All in all, this is not the sort of thing that is going to keep the La Plante addicts coming back for more. All Talkie.

Photoplay January 1930


Hold Your Man
United States 1929

Directed by
Emmett J. Flynn



Country:United States

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