Erich von Stroheim’s for quite some time postponed picture, “The Wedding March,” which can guarantee the refinement of having been through a greater number of changes than whatever other film (not with the exception of his “Stupid Wives,” on which Carl Laemmle spent, a fortune), at long last is holding forward at the Rivoli Theater. This commitment was initially supported by Pat Powers, a film pioneer, and when he felt sick of Mr. von Stroheim’s inclination for point of interest he succeeded in winning the backing of Paramount-Famous-Lasky.
This photoplay has following been a wellspring of no little stress for something like two years to specialists of that worry. The length of the presentation the way things are is near fourteen reels. There are as yet something like twenty-six different reels and report has it that Paramount may choose to discharge at any rate part of the parity as a continuation of the present advertising.