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Terre Haute Saturday Spectator (16/Feb/1924) - Woman to Woman (advert)




Sunday, for four days, comes Betty Compson's latest picture, "Woman to Woman," which was made shortly after her return to this country, after several months' work with English film companies.

The picture is an adaptation of the stage play. Miss Compson is seen as a French actress and dancer. She is seen first as a gay and vivacious young woman and then as one weighted with sorrow, when on the eve of her marriage her fiance is called away and then by a blow on the head by a thug he loses his memory. Opposite Miss Compson is Clive Brook, a picture actor unknown to most fans.

Miss Compson's pictures are always of general appeal. She does splendid work and in this picture she is up to her usual standard.