"Frozen Flame, 400 ft., 16mm., photographed by Edward H. Marsh and directed by Thomas J. Perry, is a dramatic industrial film featuring the Electrolux gas refrigerator. The picture details the experiences of a man and wife in buying and using the refrigerator and illustrates its sales points. The photography is remarkably good throughout and, although the treatment is simple and direct, it is extremely clear. Perhaps this picture's most outstanding quality is its continuity excellence. A well prepared scenario was so expertly followed that there are scarcely any of the minor flaws usually found in amateur dramatic pictures." Movie Makers, Dec. 1931, 658, 684.
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