Cinema: The New Pictures: Sep. 11, 1933

One Sunday Afternoon (Paramount). Old-fashioned people who, when they speak of ''the movies" still think of cowboys, sheiks and embraces on an Empire sofa, should see this picture adapted from James Hagan's stage comedy One Sunday Afternoon. It is a calm, observant little comedy which shows how a man who thinks that he married the wrong girl finds out finally that he married the right one. In it, Gary Cooper, Paramount's No. 1 sex specialist, gives a first-rate performance as a country dentist.

The picture opens in Dr. Biff Grimes's dental parlor, where...

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