"Moroccan Cities, by Gwladys Sills, stands out among amateur travel studies for its very real achievement of that intangible something — glamor. The mystery of shrouded Arabs, the glare of white buildings in the sunlight and the fascinating pulsation of life in the native markets, all these have been captured with marked success in this one reel record. To accomplish this, Mrs. Sills has brought into play a fine feeling for human interest and a genuine flair for the dramatic in photographic, treatment. Her material has been critically edited and sensitively titled, with that selectivity which is an artistic necessity in all real creative work." Movie Makers, Dec. 1936, 542.
"Gwladys Wynne Sills, ACL, the charming producer of Moroccan Cities, traveled a week in French Algeria to catch scenes of a community she wanted in the film, only to be turned back from the city's gates when she arrived." Movie Makers, Dec. 1936, 565.
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