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Breckenridge Daily American (18/Jan/1924) - Woman to Woman Thrills Audience




Woman to Woman Thrills Audience

For the next two days the patrons of the National Theatre have the opportunity of seeing a forceful story delightfully enacted and exquisitely screened as Woman to Woman starring Betty Compson is flashed across the silver sheet.

At the opening performance yesterday the vast audience sat spellbound hardly daring to take a deep breath lest something escape their watchful eyes.

The story, which is set amid the night life of Paris and London, deals with the almost superhuman sacrifice a dainty little French dancer

makes for the man she loves, and from whom she was separated on the eve of their wedding and for their son. It is a tale which delves deeply into the fundamental characteristics of men and women and holds the mirror of nature before one's mind.