By VIATOR. contributed their usual brilliant j>erformancc. The restful yellow of tlu* scenery, with jade side-curtains on the stage, made an especially fine setting for the orange and black dresses of the dancers. The Jackson and Blake turn was success from every Y>oint of view.
19 February 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
“THE PRINCE OF WALES” Royal Patroo and Royal Star l‘rinre of Wales lias ron-1 seated lie (.reseat at the (lerforaiaaie of Hie (iitiasbonnigli lllai, The ITlare of Wales.” wlihh is to lie shown by eonrtesy of the (•Hainoat-lirltish Pictures Cor|iorutlon, under the auspices of the
By G. A. ATKINSON QItITISH films esliiblished a certain quality appeal America twenty years ago, but Ibe War destroyed the routine of film-making here, and only now is the British film re-establishing in America its quality appeal. With the presentation of Gainsborough's Jack's