There can be no understanding between the hands and the brain unless the heart acts as mediator
THE SCREEN MASTERPIECE OF 1927 (Print Ad- New York Sun, ((New York NY)) 17 December 1927)
A superb mystery thriller, unusual and startling even for a Chaney film. Lon as "The Unknown" eats, drinks, shoots a rifle and dresses with his feet. Don't miss this startling spectacle. (Print Ad- The Cobbleskill Index,((Cobbleskill, NY)) 13 October 1927)
The tragic fate of an age-old empire consumed in the flames of a civil war. (Print Ad- Pittsburgh Press, ((Pittsburgh, Penna.)) 4 February 1929)
EMIL JANNINGS -- World's finest dramatic actor in a brilliant successor to "The Way of all Flesh" -- and "Variety." You'll be amazed with Janning's tremendous role of the mighty general!...with men...women...a whole nation at his feet! Through flaming love...adoration...hate! To...! The most terrific climax the screen has ever known!
"7th Heaven" is the eighth wonder of the movie world...inspiring from start to finish...If you don't see it you've seen nothing in the moving picture line. -- The N.Y. Evening Telegram