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Review: 'Pardon My Past'

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Pardon My Past is a topnotch comedy [from a story by Patterson McNutt and Harlan Ware] packing plenty of fun for all types of audiences. It's a comedy of mistaken identity and frustration. Fred…

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    The Maze Runner

    Weekend Gross:$32.5M

    The Maze Runner

    1
    Weekend:$32.5M
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    A Walk Among the Tombstones

    Weekend Gross:$13.1M

    A Walk Among the Tombstones

    2
    Weekend:$13.1M
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    This Is Where I Leave You

    Weekend Gross:$11.9M

    This Is Where I Leave You

    3
    Weekend:$11.9M

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Review: 'Cornered'

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It's the story [by John Wexley] of the relentless post-war hunt of a Canadian flier for the collaborationist who was responsible for the death of his French bride. Directed and played strictly for…

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Review: 'Kitty'

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Plot [from a novel by Rosamond Marshall] tells of an 18th-century easy lady who rose from the London slums to high position in court society - a society that was no better than that from which she…

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Review: 'Bewitched'

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Produced on a low budget, with a sterling cast of actors' actors, this picture just oozes with class because of the excellent adaptation and direction it has been given by radio's Arch Oboler, author…

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Review: 'Without Love'

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Competent trouping and topflight production make Without Love a click. But there's no gainsaying the general obviousness of it all, along with a somewhat static plot basis [from a play by Philip…

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Review: 'Spellbound'

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David O. Selznick devised unique production values for this Alfred Hitchcock-directed version of a psychological mystery novel [The House of Dr ed wardes, written by Hilary St George Saunders].

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Review: 'Hangover Square'

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Hangover Square is eerie murder melodrama of the London gaslight era - typical of Patrick Hamilton yarns, of which this is another. And it doesn't make any pretense at mystery. The madman-murderer is…

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