Cinema: The New Pictures Dec. 29, 1930

The Devil to Pay (Goldwyn). The millions of young U. S. women whose admiration has made Ronald Colman the most important male star in pictures should find this almost perfect, because it is very long. It is a flippant and debonair little piece, written to order by Frederick Lonsdale. It exists for its manner, its atmosphere of "nice" people, its flashes of wit—Colman buying a wirehaired fox terrier; arguing with his father, the irascible Lord Leeland (Father: "Now you're blaming me for bringing you into the world." Son: "I should be mortified...

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