Movie Classic (Sep 1932-Feb 1933)

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Helen Hayes—who won the Academy award as the best actress of 1932 for her work in "The Sin of Madelon Claudet"—again achieves a triumph of make-up. This time she has black, lacquered hair and slanting eyes; she is Chinese in "The Son-Daughter." And her lover, too, is so Oriental that you would hardly recognize him as Ramon Novarro. Expect a vivid, unusual, moody love story! HELEN HAYES AND RAMON NOVARRO 46