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Review: 'Bitter Sweet'

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Bitter Sweet is a super-elaborate production providing a background for the fetching Noel Coward songs, in his highly successful operetta, delivered by Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy.

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Review: 'Angels Over Broadway'

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Angels over Broadway is a synthetic tale of Broadway nightlife and the characters that roam around Times Square. Aside from Thomas Mitchell, as a screwball playwright who sees a story in every…

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Review: 'All This and Heaven Too'

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Heaven is film theatre at its best. In the two starring roles are Bette Davis, as the young French governess, Henriette Deluzy-Desportes, and Charles Boyer, projecting one of his best performances as…

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Review: 'A Chump at Oxford'

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Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy's farce is mildly comical without offending. Time-worn gags clutter up the earlier footage and only when Laurel and Hardy, as new initiates into Oxford, actually move…

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Review: 'A Bill of Divorcement'

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Clemence Dane's play, originally turned out by RKO [in 1932], skyrocketed Katharine Hepburn into prominence and marquee lights. Maureen O'Hara, a capable Irish actress imported by Erich Pommer and…

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    Lucy

    Weekend Gross:$44.0M

    Lucy

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    Weekend:$44.0M Universal Pictures
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    Hercules

    Weekend Gross:$29.0M

    Hercules

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    Weekend:$29.0M Paramount Pictures
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    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    Weekend Gross:$16.4M

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    3
    Weekend:$16.4M Fox

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Review: ''Til We Meet Again'

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This remake of One Way Passage still has plenty of sock left. The WB original, back in 1932, had William Powell and Kay Francis in the top roles, but the present combination, George Brent and Merle…

Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh
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Review: 'Gone With the Wind'

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After nearly a year of actual filming, editing and scoring, David O. Selznick's production of "Gone With the Wind," from Margaret Mitchell's novel of the Civil War and reconstruction period, comes to…

'The Wizard of Oz'
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Review: 'The Wizard of Oz'

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'The Wizard of Oz,' which springs from Metro's golden bowl (production cost is reported close to $3 million), is likely to perform some record-breaking feats of boxoffice magic. Given a sufficient…

Laurence Olivier and Merle Oberon
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Review: 'Wuthering Heights'

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"Wuthering Heights" will have to depend on class audiences. Its general sombreness and psychological tragedy is too heavy for general appeal. With that setup, and lacking socko marquee dressing…