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January 21, 1926 - Image 2

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IN POSI'TIVEL'Y THE GREATEST PICTURE VAL-
ENTINO1 HAS MADE SINGCE "THE FOUR HORSE-
MEN OF THE APOCALYPSE"-ALL ANN ARBOR
CALLED HIM A GENIUS.
Critical A udience Everywhere
Claiming lie Excels, the famous

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DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
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DURING HIS PREMIERE SHOWING
HAD THIS TO SAY:

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'There's color, actlion and r1 omianice
gaalore j it- 9'ae.fgk.' In this Iar()duc-
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"TIhe Eagle is the pidt'reRudlph)ld
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for spi1ce The Four 11orsemnen. It is a
beautifulIly staged fim acetedL in far bet -
ter grace and11 imanner than Valentino
has disp~layed since his first corning-out
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)ffer this production -with Mir. Valentinio in the role of "THE FExLE"
(. Biandit;)..FUllted artists in oIffering this star unider their 4istiiigushedI
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whio recall "THE FOUR H1ORSE MEN" acelahie VAt EN TINt) as a "genhiis.
[n this picturizalion lie will -winl 1ir hearts again.
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