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Review: 'Crossfire'

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Crossfire is a frank spotlight on anti-Semitism. Producer Dore Schary, in association with Adrian Scott, has pulled no punches. There is no skirting such relative fol-de-rol as intermarriage or clubs…

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Review: 'Hue and Cry'

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Principal actor is ex-news vendor Harry Fowler, who has played various cockney parts on the screen, but who fails to make the main character credible. And everything depends on believing in him.

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    No Good Deed

    Daily Gross:$1.8M

    Cume to09.16.14: $27.7M

    No Good Deed

    1
    Daily:$1.8M Cumulative:$27.7M Sony / Screen Gems 13.13%
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    Guardians of the Galaxy

    Daily Gross:$778,903

    Cume to09.16.14: $307.3M

    Guardians of the Galaxy

    2
    Daily:$778,903 Cumulative:$307.3M Disney 34.56%
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    Dolphin Tale 2

    Daily Gross:$703,203

    Cume to09.16.14: $17.1M

    Dolphin Tale 2

    3
    Daily:$703,203 Cumulative:$17.1M Warner Brothers 34.59%

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Review: 'A Double Life'

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Life is particularly distinguished for the manner in which the characters have been conceived and played. Each character rings true as the story goes into its play-within-a-play about actors and the…

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Review: 'Pursued'

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Pursued is potent frontier days western film fare. Standout in picture is suspense generated by the original script and Raoul Walsh's direction. It builds the western gunman's death walk to high…

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Review: 'The Hucksters'

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Somehow Clark Gable just doesn't quite take hold of the huckster part [from the novel by Frederic Wakeman] in signal manner. Same goes for Deborah Kerr who is a shade prissy for her volatile romantic…

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Review: 'Moss Rose'

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Moss Rose is good whodunit. Given a lift by solid trouping and direction, melodrama is run off against background of early-day England that provides effective setting for theme of destructive mother…

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Review: 'Cass Timberlane'

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Metro has accomplished a highly successful translation to the screen of Sinclair Lewis' bookstore boff [adapted by Donald Ogden Stewart and Sonya Levien]. Lana Turner is the surprise of the picture…

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  7. 6,291