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Review: 'Four's a Crowd'

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As a true follower of the dizzy school of comedy, Four's a Crowd defies and renounces all relationship to reality. Providing much zest and spice to this dizzy dish [story by Wallace Sullivan] is…

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Review: 'Room Service'

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Room Service with the Marx Bros will satisfy on the laugh score. There may be captious ones who'll miss (1) Groucho's standard rasslin' with a femme via-a-vis; (2) Harpo's harp solo; (3) Chico's…

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Review: 'Algiers'

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Charles Boyer creates an interesting portrait of a continental gangster, jewel thief and tough guy in Algiers. Other meritorious aspects include John Cromwell's direction and the first appearance in…

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Review: 'Of Human Hearts'

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Frontier life in a village on the banks of the Ohio river in the days preceding the Civil War is the background against which Clarence Brown tells the story of a mother's sacrifice for the career of…

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Review: 'Four Daughters'

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Score one for Warners on this gentle drama from Fannie Hurst's novel, Sister Act. It's a beguiling film which reveals John Garfield as an interesting picture prospect. Formerly Jules Garfield, of…

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