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According to a big display ad for this film in the PROVIDENCE (R.I) NEWS on 8 September 1928, the movietone track was described as a "SYMPHONIC SNCHRONIZATION BY 100-PIECE N.Y. ROXY THEATRE ORCHESTRA." See more »
This film was a follow up to 1927's "7th Heaven", starring Farrell and Gaynor, and in my opinion, this film is even better. The Farrell-Gaynor chemistry is so potent that at times (especially when they're dining together in his little apartment) you feel as if you're intruding. The last scene, where Charles is chasing Janet through the fog, is moody, atmospheric--Borzage at his best. An exquisite film.
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