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Review: 'The Plainsman'

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The Plainsman is a big and a good western. It's cowboys and Indians on a broad, sweeping scale; not a Covered Wagon (1923) but majestic enough. Gary Cooper is Hickok, Jean Arthur is the historic…

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Review: 'Stage Door'

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It isn't Stage Door, as written [for the stage] by Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman. Instead, it is a hall bedroom view of aspiring young actresses who live in a New York theatrical boarding house…

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Review: 'Pepe le Moko'

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Fugitive from the law takes refuge in Casablanca's native quarter to head a huge theft ring, only to kill himself because he cannot leave with the white woman with whom he is in love. Role is Jean…

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Review: 'Madame X'

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This is a reverent handling of the Alexandre Bisson play, chosen by M-G-M as a vehicle to demonstrate the dramatic and emotional talent of Gladys George. It's a quiet, comforting sniffle.

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