Maybelle Chew

Maybelle Chew
Maybelle Chew's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer® when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Baltimore Afro-American
Publications: Baltimore Afro-American

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
64% A Sainted Devil (1924) Rudolph Valentino was vitally alive in The Sainted Devil. - Baltimore Afro-American EDIT
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No Score Yet The Spider's Web (1926) To us Grace Smyth was the picture's one bright spot. - Baltimore Afro-American EDIT
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No Score Yet The Wilderness Woman (1926) A fine comedy without slapstick. - Baltimore Afro-American EDIT
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100% The Black Pirate (1926) The beautiful colors of this picture and the minute attention to detail make them seem like animated "Old Masters" in parade. The days and ways of the pirates are faithfully reproduced. - Baltimore Afro-American EDIT
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No Score Yet Stella Dallas (1925) The story was so moving that I found myself being almost sentimental. - Baltimore Afro-American EDIT
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83% Body and Soul (1925) Body and Soul is a picture of great emotional appeal, indeed... The picture was well acted, especially the part of the minister, which was played by Paul Robeson. - Baltimore Afro-American EDIT
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