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Review: 'A Damsel in Distress'

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With Burns & Allen co-starred with the screen's No. 1 tapster, A Damsel in Distress holds plenty - dancing, comedy, the usual sumptuous investiture accorded by Pandro Berman and RKO to any Astaire…

'The Great Ziegfeld
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Review: 'The Great Ziegfeld'

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"The Great Ziegfeld" is the last gasp in filmusical entertainment, and undeniable b.o. Also on its running time (10 minutes short of three hours), it is the record holder to date for length of a…

Charlie Chaplin
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Review: 'Modern Times'

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Charlie Chaplin, in anything, is b.o., and in "Modern Times," his first self-starring production in five years, it's box office with a capital B. The picture is grand fun and sound entertainment…

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Review: 'Ceiling Zero'

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All the punch of the original stage play [by Frank Wead] is intact in Ceiling Zero. The Broadway stage version, which Warner bankrolled for a moderate success, depended on its dialog and whatever…

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Review: 'Rose-Marie'

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Strong impression left by the Jeanette MacDonald-Nelson Eddy twain in Naughty Marietta (1935) is surpassed in Rose-Marie, Metro's operatic western. Sturdy stage libretto by Otto Harbach and Oscar…

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Domestic Film DAILY

PROVIDED BY: Box Office

  1. 1

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    Daily Gross:$3.9M

    Cume to07.23.14: $152.4M

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    1
    Daily:$3.9M Cumulative:$152.4M Fox -23.45%
  2. 2

    The Purge: Anarchy

    Daily Gross:$2.6M

    Cume to07.23.14: $39.3M

    The Purge: Anarchy

    2
    Daily:$2.6M Cumulative:$39.3M Universal Pictures -27.93%
  3. 3

    Planes: Fire and Rescue

    Daily Gross:$2.1M

    Cume to07.23.14: $23.8M

    Planes: Fire and Rescue

    3
    Daily:$2.1M Cumulative:$23.8M Disney -8.99%

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Review: 'Wife vs. Secretary'

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Here Jean Harlow is no siren. She is a perfectly competent secretary, very much in love with her job and her boss, but she does not go on the make for him. Myrna Loy, as the wife, is much in love…

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Review: 'White Fang'

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This is a sequel to [the 1935 release] The Call of the Wild, from a Jack London bestseller. While White Fang hasn't got the name that Call had, and does not equal it in screen strength, it pleases…

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Review: 'Under Two Flags'

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The classic Under Two Flags, in book [by Ouida], play and through two silent filmizations [1916 and 1922], is still sturdy fare, talkerized. A pioneer saga of the Foreign Legion, Darryl Zanuck and…

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Review: 'Three Men on a Horse'

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Mervyn LeRoy, is producing this screen version of the legit hit [by John Cecil Holm and George Abbott] adhered pretty closely to the original. There are practically no alterations and only a few…