Bonkers script? Check! Purple title cards? Check! Weird plot? Check! Tons of quality entertainment? You bet! Cecil B. DeMille’s wacky time travel romance makes absolutely no sense but that is all just part of the fun.Continue reading “Fun Size Review: The Road to Yesterday (1925)”
Cecil B. DeMille’s first feature from his shiny new studio, The Road to Yesterday is the epic tale of two couples, marital strife, a fiery train wreck, flappers, ministers and a touch of time travel. You know, keeping things simple. It is also notable as the film that started William “Hopalong Cassidy” Boyd on his path to stardom.