Cinema: The New Pictures: Mar. 14, 1932

Strangers in Love (Paramount) was not strenuously publicized before release. Its derivation, a forgotten fiction by William J. Locke, was no literary masterpiece. Its plot revolves about the old-fashioned problem of dual identity and its cast (Fredric March, Kay Francis, Stuart Erwin, George Barbier) is only up to the Hollywood average. It would be too much to say that the finished product is brilliant or surprising, but it is consistently enjoyable. Everyone concerned with the story seems very much at home in its surroundings; the cinema has been doing this sort of...

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