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Review: 'Lydia'

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A man loves 'em and leaves 'em but a woman carries the torch for an early romance down through the years. Proceeding on this premise Lydia displays the life span of a woman from 20 to 60, and her…

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Review: 'Ball of Fire'

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A simple gag is hardly enough on which to string 110 minutes of film. And that's all - one funny situation - that Samuel Goldwyn's director and writers have to support Ball of Fire. It's sufficient…

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Review: 'Sunny'

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Sunny, the third successive picturization of a musical comedy by the English team of producer-director Herbert Wilcox and star Anna Neagle, is a typical operetta Cinderella tale.

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Review: 'Honky Tonk'

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The major power in Honky Tonk is in the love scenes between Clark Gable and Lana Turner. Gable, 'Candy' Johnson, is a western grifter, working the three-card monte game. He and his sidekick (Chill…

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Review: 'The Wolf Man'

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The English legendary werewolf provides basis for another cinematic adventure into the horrific chiller-diller realm. The Wolf Man is a compactly-knit tale of its kind, with good direction and…

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Review: 'Paris Calling'

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Smash, spy melodrama, with the background of France just after the Germans crashed Paris and immediately thereafter, Paris Calling offers Elisabeth Bergner in perhaps her top screen characterization…

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Review: 'Down Mexico Way'

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After a pair of swindlers work over the small town of Sage City, Gene Autry discovers his townfolk have been bilked out of coin supposedly aimed for picture production. Accompanied by Smiley Burnette…

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