Cinema: The New Pictures: Dec. 17, 1934

Dealers in Death (Topical Films). Cinemaddicts who do not read books, magazines or press reports of Senatorial investigations will doubtless find this picture of the tricks of the munitions trade newsworthy. To others the work of two young independent producers named Harold Kusell and Monroe Shaff will probably seem like cold hash.

Equipped with a commentary written by War Correspondent Burnet Hershey with the editorial advice of Columbia University's Walter B. Pitkin, Dealers in Death illustrates its theme with shots of European munitions factories, portraits of the...

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