Cinema: The New Pictures: Feb. 12, 1934

All of Me (Paramount) has a title borrowed from a popular song, a story borrowed from William Faulkner and subjected to reverse English. In The Story of Temple Drake, Miriam Hopkins was a well-bred girl whose association with low characters led to unpleasant doings in a cornbin. In All of Me she is a patrician girl, selfishly in love with a young engineer (Fredric March). Her association with a petty crook (George Raft) and his mistress causes her to be a bigger and better person. Raft steals a handbag, goes to jail,...

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