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Review: 'Moscow Nights'

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Moscow Nights is a triumph for director Anthony Asquith in that you are actually transported to Russia in 1916, and no book could give you a more vivid spectacle of things as they existed at that…

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Review: 'Black Fury'

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Pennsy coal-mining background is basically a masculine setting for intra-industry politics [from the story Jan Volkanik by M.A. Musmanno and play Bohunk by Henry R. Irving]. The fomenting…

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Review: 'The 39 Steps'

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Gaumont has a zippy, punchy, romantic melodrama in The 39 Steps. Story is by John Buchan. It's melodrama and at times far-fetched and improbable, but the story twists and spins artfully from one…

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Review: 'Red Salute'

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Stripped of its anti-Red angle, Red Salute resolves itself down to a weak take-off of It Happened One Night. While it is studded here and there with pungent humor, after the first few rounds the…

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Review: 'Dangerous'

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Laird Doyle knows his romantic dialog. Better than he knows his plot, but with the former carrying the latter, he has banged out an appealing scenario for the women in Dangerous.

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