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Review: 'My Gal Sal'

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Theodore Dreiser's biography of his songwriting brother, Paul Dresser, parades a number of popular tunes of the 1890s #- several with specially-staged production numbers - to round out a fairly…

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Review: 'Ride 'Em Cowboy'

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Typical Abbott and Costello film fare whose title and background of a dude ranch out west are only props set up to display the usual broadly burlesqued antics of the pair. There are a number of slick…

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Review: 'The Glass Key'

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Parading a murder mystery amidst background of politics, gambling czars, romance and lusty action, this revised version of Dashiell Hammett's novel - originally made in 1935 - is a good picture of…

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Review: 'White Cargo'

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This is the first American-made version of the sensational stage hit produced in 1923 by Earl Carroll in Greenwich Village, NY. From that downtown area Carroll moved the Leon Gordon play [from a…

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