Cinema: The New Pictures: Apr. 18, 1932

It's Tough to be Famous (Warner). No sooner had the stage turned to the Lindbergh saga for a new pattern (Happy Landing, TIME, April 4) than the screen did likewise. Perhaps the screen turned first, for It's Tough to be Famous was withheld from the public for several weeks because of the Lindbergh kidnapping. Douglas Fairbanks Jr., captain of a disabled submarine, having saved the members of his crew is prepared to stay submerged and die. Rescuers pry him off the bottom of the sea and into...

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