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Review: 'Skippy'

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All credit to the kid players, director Norman Taurog, and the adapters for taking Percy Crosby's newspaper comic strip [co-written with Sam Mintz] and making it readable and moving in scenario form.

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Review: 'Private Lives'

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Sidney Franklin has followed the Noel Coward play closely with the addition of a number of interpolated scenes and the changing of the final locale from a Paris apartment to a Swiss chalet. Both…

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Review: 'Platinum Blonde'

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It's entertaining, has a lot of light, pleasing comedy and carries a cast that's tops. Robert Williams is a very likable character as a reporter who marries himself off to a snobbish society frail…

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Domestic Film DAILY

PROVIDED BY: Box Office

  1. 1

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    Daily Gross:$4.2M

    Cume to07.21.14: $143.4M

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    1
    Daily:$4.2M Cumulative:$143.4M Fox -61.96%
  2. 2

    The Purge: Anarchy

    Daily Gross:$3.3M

    Cume to07.21.14: $33.1M

    The Purge: Anarchy

    2
    Daily:$3.3M Cumulative:$33.1M Universal Pictures -54.45%
  3. 3

    Planes: Fire and Rescue

    Daily Gross:$1.9M

    Cume to07.21.14: $19.4M

    Planes: Fire and Rescue

    3
    Daily:$1.9M Cumulative:$19.4M Disney -59.06%

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Review: 'Pardon Us'

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Another two-reel idea on a six-reel frame with the usual strain resulting. Pardon Us proves nothing for Laurel and Hardy.

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Review: 'Night Nurse'

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Night Nurse is a conglomeration of exaggerations, often bordering on serial dramatics. Reason for audience indifference is somewhat guttural. Barbara Stanwyck as the flip gal who knows pretty much…

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Review: 'Monkey Business'

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The usual Marx madhouse and plenty of laughs sprouting from a plot structure resembling one of those California bungalows which spring up over night.

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Review: 'Mata Hari'

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Greta Garbo, Ramon Novarro, Lionel Barrymore and Lewis Stone -# the Metro Tragedy Four -# dominate the whole affair, making the picture, as a picture, very secondary.

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Review: 'Marius'

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Made from a popular legit hit [by Marcel Pagnol], and acted by the same cast, the screen version is even better than the stage presentation. It shows the call of the sea acting on the son, Marius…