Motion Picture News (Jan-Feb 1922)

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IN describing “The Girl from God’s Country” one exhibitor used the phrase, “The best out-door picture of romance, thrills and melodrama I’ve ever shown.” And he’s 100% right! Our advice is see it! You’ll book it at once. NELL SHIPMAN in ’The Girl from God's Country Such a whirl of action will delight audiences. Crammed tight with intrigue, adventure, mystery and beauty Motion Picture News. Melodrama at its best. Action every minute. The best work Nell Shipman has ever done. Everybody will like it — Exhibitors Trade Review. Full advantage has been taken to provide all the thrills and romantic adventures possible in this story of the Canadian northwest and California palaces Moving Picture World. One \ smashing big picture like this will turn' the tide back to big business. Go to it — it’s a profit-maker. i