James Cruze Productions, distributed by Tiffany. Director, Walter Lang. Screenplay, Daniel Nathan Rubin. Producer, James Cruze. Cinematographer: Charles Edgar Schoenbaum. Cast: Clara Kimball Young, Marian Nixon, Paul Page, Thomas E. Jackson, Yola d'Avril, Eddie Lambert, Nellie V. Nichols, Morgan Wallace, Maurice Black, Maurice Murphy. This film is apparently LOST
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|Four stills from Women Go On Forever|
WOMEN GO ON FOREVER--Tiffany-Cruze
Clara Kimball Young makes an interesting comeback in this--a racketeering yarn wherein she effectively plays the hardboiled landlady of that sort of apartment house where almost anything may happen. And does. Murders, a afew heart affairs, illicit and otherwise, and various forms of life-on-the-edge, keep the picture lively and frequently thrilling. Plenty of comedy relief keeps it from overheaviness
WOMEN GO ON FOREVER--Tiffany
Clara Kimball Young returns to the screen in this boarding-house reminder of Grand Hotel." The colorful background of a rooming house serves to introduce a strange assortment of characters. nd these include types portrayed--and well portrayed--by Marian Nixon, Paul Page, Tom Jackson and Maurice Black
A racketeer frames Paul Page in order to remove a rival for Marian's favors. And then things happen fast and pretty furiously, too. Clara Kimball Young is best of the cast, with Miss Nixon next.
Last revised August 26, 2012