Cinema: The New Pictures: Jul. 6, 1931

Annabelle's Affairs (Fox), taken from a play by Clare Kummer which Arthur Hopkins produced in Manhattan 14 years ago, will have an immoral influence, since it shows extravagance rewarded and makes insobriety seem an Arcadian adventure. Nonetheless, it is hilariously funny comedy of a sort rarely seen in cinema. It tells a story in which the chief characters are a scatter-brained girl (Jeannette MacDonald), her husband, who is a rowdy millionaire from Wyoming (Victor McLaglen), another millionaire who remains intoxicated (Roland Young), and the second millionaire's butler. The two millionaires are engaged in...

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