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Ever since the talkies were conceived not one movie has left Hollywood but that it has its share of dancing and singing sequences. If the story itself is devoid of dancing or singing acts a cafe or theatre scene is quickly inserted.

Such a picture is "The Dance of Life", now playing at the Central Square Theatre. Although no special scene is inserted the entire theme has been constructed in order to allow Nancy Carroll and Hal Skelly to display their musical and terpsichorian talent.

The story is one of back-stage life in which a capable burlesque performs finally gets a break and is starred in the Ziegfield Follies. Here he is a big success until he learns that his wife, whom he had forgotten, is going to divorce him. He then leaves the show and is called a but--but everything comes out alright in the end.

The picture goes on at 7 and 9.45 o'clock promptly. It is advisable to go at these times only in order to miss the atrocious stage show.

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