Cinema: The New Pictures Mar. 17, 1930

Be Yourself (United Artists). Far more conscious of her limitations than most actresses in or out of pictures, Fannie Brice demands certain uniform qualities of all stories suggested as vehicles for her. She must play the part of a homely girl; she must have a chance to clown, and sing her songs; she must be disappointed in love. Be Yourself, which deals with the lighter aspects of the prizefight business, fulfills all these conditions fairly well and at the same time establishes a fact which may be...

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