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Review: 'Mandalay'

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Kay Francis is a girl of doubtful past, present and future who eventually casts her lot with an outcast doctor in what an extra reel may have developed as possible reformation for both.

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Review: 'Man of Aran'

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Colman King, Maggie Dirrane, and Michael Dillane are the central characters. They are not actors, but natives of the barren, sea-beaten islands off the western coast of Ireland, where this picture…

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Review: 'Madame Dubarry'

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Madame Dubarry is a Hollywood idea of Versailles. Under William Dieterle's directorial aegis, the decadent court of Louis XV becomes even more so in its broad well-nigh travesty version of the…

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Review: 'Lorna Doone'

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Not a bad effort to make an artistic picture out of a book which is generally rated among the British fiction classics. At the same time, the attempt fails, and it fails because the producer, with…

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Review: 'Les Miserables'

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Any ordinary film, when loaded with the handicaps piled on Les Miserables, would stagger and drop with a resounding flop. Holding it all together is the thespic strength of the great Harry Baur, who…

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  1. 1

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    Daily Gross:$11.1M

    Cume to07.20.14: $139.2M

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    1
    Daily:$11.1M Cumulative:$139.2M Fox -25.14%
  2. 2

    The Purge: Anarchy

    Daily Gross:$7.3M

    Cume to07.20.14: $29.8M

    The Purge: Anarchy

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    Daily:$7.3M Cumulative:$29.8M Universal Pictures -23.30%
  3. 3

    Planes: Fire and Rescue

    Daily Gross:$4.5M

    Cume to07.20.14: $17.5M

    Planes: Fire and Rescue

    3
    Daily:$4.5M Cumulative:$17.5M Disney -31.38%

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Review: 'Kid Millions'

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Another Samuel Goldwyn-Eddie Cantor musical comedy extravaganza and again strong entertainment. Follows more or less the comedy lines of all Cantor pictures. And with Cantor singing the same kind of…

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Review: 'Judge Priest'

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Difficult, beforehand, to reconcile the idea of Irvin Cobb's Judge Priest with Will Rogers. Cobb's long series of stories have suggested another type; portly, slightly pompous on occasion and…

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Review: 'Jew Suss'

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It's a spectacle of no small proportions, the saga of Jew Josef Suss-Oppenheimer, who ruthlessly achieves the economic power which permits him, a truly sensitive alumnus of the ghetto, to mingle with…

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Review: 'Imitation of Life'

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Imitation of Life is a strong picture with an unusual plot. A young white widow (Claudette Colbert) with a baby girl goes into a business partnership with her colored maid (Louise Beavers) who also…

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Review: 'Here Comes the Navy'

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Here Comes the Navy is a saga of the US fleet. It's light on story, and because of that it borders on being an elaborate newsreel, i.e. the inner workings of the gobs at maneuvers and navy life, from…