The Los Angles Times and Chicago Daily Tribune 1928 -
In Come to My House, Olive Borden plays Joan, a society girl-- an orphan rich and beautiful enough to do as she pleases. Joan becomes engaged to one man and that same night, steals away to the house of another for a few hours. Scandal and tragedy follow, and the picture smartly points the moral that not even the chosen of the gods can the conventions be too lightly disregarded... Olive Borden gets over alright but will be better when she learns not to express emotions by grimace.
" Beautiful Olive Borden with Antonio Moreno in a thrilling drama of a woman who dared to defy convention -- and the price she paid."
This 1927 melodrama was produced by the Fox Film Corporation, starring Olive Borden. Reviews were mixed at the time, some praising the actress and others criticizing the film and Borden's performance. Sadly, Come to My House now remains a lost silent film and hopefully it survives and resurfaces for public viewing.
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