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Review: 'Desire'

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Desire is the first Marlene Dietrich and Gary Cooper picture since Morocco (1930). The two stars work unusually well as a pair.

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Review: 'Colleen'

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An entertaining Dick Powell-Ruby Keeler musical romance which has greater cast than story or production strength. In addition to the top pair, cast includes Jack Oakie and Joan Blondell, working…

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Review: 'Cesar'

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This last of Marcel Pagnol's trilogy which started with Marius and continued with Fanny could be cut by almost half without damaging it to any extent.

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Review: 'Bullets or Ballots'

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This is a fast, smooth-working action picture. Story formula is along usual lines, with news events liberally sprinkled throughout. Martin Mooney, a New York reporter who got himself some front-page…

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    Lucy

    Weekend Gross:$44.0M

    Lucy

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    Weekend:$44.0M
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    Hercules

    Weekend Gross:$29.0M

    Hercules

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

    Weekend Gross:$16.4M

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    Weekend:$16.4M Fox

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Review: 'Born to Dance'

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Born to Dance is corking entertainment, more nearly approaching the revue type than most musical films, despite the presence of a 'book'. Cast is youthful, sight stuff is lavish, the specialties are…

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Review: 'Beloved Enemy'

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Beloved Enemy is a Hollywood version of how peace was restored betwen the British and Irish in 1921. The three collaborators of Beloved Enemy have dealt with fictional principals. They have conceived…

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Review: 'Anything Goes'

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Cole Porter's lyrics, which were the essence and chief asset of the original [1934] stage Anything Goes, have been replaced by plot motion in this adaptation. Of the Porter poetical sleight-of-hand…

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Review: 'Anthony Adverse'

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In transmuting the Hervey Allen bestseller to the screen the producers were faced with the unusual problem of too much material. They have maneuvered a straightforward and comparatively logical…

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Review: 'After the Thin Man'

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First thing everyone will want to know about this one is whether it is as good as The Thin Man, and the answer is that it is - and it isn't. It has the same stars, William Powell and Myrna Loy; the…