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Review: 'No, No, Nanette'

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Musical comedies rarely have much story. That's all right. No one expects them to. Plot is compensated for in a hit tune show by good music. That's an elementary show business lesson taught in a…

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Review: 'No Time for Comedy'

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S.N. Behrman's Broadway success starred Katharine Cornell. Rosalind Russell, in the same part, endows it with skill equal to that of her predecessor. Combined with a deftness for handling comedy and…

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Review: 'Night Train to Munich'

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Made by the same British studio that turned out Lady Vanishes, the film also has the same general subject matter, the same screenplay writers, Margaret Lockwood in the femme lead, and even makes…

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Review: 'My Little Chickadee'

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Universal catches Mae West on a delayed rebound from Paramount, teaming her with W.C. Fields for a hefty package of lusty humor. Picture marks return of West to the screen after two years absence.

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Review: 'My Favorite Wife'

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Irene Dunne and Cary Grant pick up the thread of marital comedy at about the point where they left off in The Awful Truth. With these two stars working again with Leo McCarey, a surefire laughing…

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  1. 1

    Lucy

    Daily Gross:$3.7M

    Cume to07.30.14: $58.1M

    Lucy

    1
    Daily:$3.7M Cumulative:$58.1M Universal Pictures -31.20%
  2. 2

    Hercules

    Daily Gross:$2.6M

    Cume to07.30.14: $39.5M

    Hercules

    2
    Daily:$2.6M Cumulative:$39.5M Paramount Pictures -30.84%
  3. 3

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    Daily Gross:$1.8M

    Cume to07.30.14: $179.0M

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    3
    Daily:$1.8M Cumulative:$179.0M Fox -26.35%

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Review: 'Knute Rockne All American'

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Highlights in the colorful life of Knute Rockne, one of the most prominent figures in the world of football, are woven into a biographical film drama [based on private papers of his wife and the…

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Review: 'Irene'

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Back in 1919 - 20 a smash musical comedy and then in 1926 a hit First National film starring Colleen Moore, Irene emerges this time as dated celluloidia. It's old-fashioned from several angles…

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Review: 'His Girl Friday'

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No doubt aiming to dodge the stigma of having His Girl Friday termed a remake, Columbia blithely skips a pertinent point in the credits by merely stating 'From a play by Ben Hecht and Charles…

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Review: 'Go West'

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The three Marx Bros ride a merry trail of laughs and broad burlesque in a speedy adventure through the sagebrush country. Story is only a slight framework on which to parade the generally nonsensical…