Aloma of the South Seas (1926)
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Critic Reviews for Aloma of the South Seas
Miss Gray, while no Bernhardt, holds up her end of the acting capably enough.
The film transcription of Aloma of the South Seas, fails to stir up much interest because it lacks the essence of suspense and true dramatic quality.
In adapting Aloma James Creelman, who wrote the script, and Maurice Tourneur lost much of the comedy in the play, but they did turn out a picture photographically beautiful.
The plot of Aloma of the South Seas is rather thin and unreal, but its settings give it a certain amount of Interest.
To report candidly, this "idyl of the South Seas" falls considerably below greatness.
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