starring Clara Bow and Clive Brook
November, 1927

Theater patrons who like Clara Bow will like "Hula," because the picture is all Clara Bow, and the story is very silly. This is the general opinion of the majority of the New York critics, Quinn Martin, in the World, calling this Victor Fleming film, "a more than ordinarily hammy drama." Wilella Waldorf, writing in the Post, calls the picture "one of the feeblest excuses for a motion picture ever turned out of the Paramount studios." The film is about a white girl on the Hawaiian Isalnds. Some of he reviewers like Clara Bow's performance. Clive Brooks is cast.

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