Cinema: The New Pictures: Feb. 11, 1935

The Good Fairy (Universal). The ambition to be what she calls "a good fairy" is aroused in Luisa Ginglebusher (Margaret Sullavan) by an astonishing sequence of events. On the day that she is released from a Budapest orphanage, a friendly waiter (Reginald Owen) promises to smuggle her into a ball. At the ball, she meets an amorous plutocrat (Frank Morgan) whose fluttery advances she stalls off only by saying she is married. When Herr Konrad promises to make her husband immediately and fantastically rich, Luisa realizes her golden opportunity. She seizes a...

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