Cinema: The New Pictures: Dec. 4, 1933

The Right to Romance (RKO). The problem child of RKO, Ann Harding, appears always in pictures which take the pulse of such throbbing questions as the double standard, woman's place in the home or how much a girl should tell her fiancé. This time she is a celebrated facial surgeon, successful in her profession but harassed by longings for Romance. She marries a playboy (Robert Young) whose chief interests are listening to football games on the radio and looping-the-loop, only to discover her mistake in time to patch up after an airplane crash...

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