Motion Picture News (Mar-Apr 1923)

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JESSE L. LAS KV PRESENTS A JAMES CRUZE production NO period in all history is so romantic, so melodramatic, so thrilling, so full of motion picture possibilities as the days of '49. Paramount has brought those days to life again in "The Covered Wagon." It is the greatest subject a picture ever had, and it is the greatest production ever attempted. Look on the other side for further FACTS which will give you some idea of the bigness of this picture as a theatrical attraction. C£ Cparamount Gpicture S PLAYERS ■ LAS KY CORPORATION