Chosen last week by the clubwomen and educators who compose the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures as the ten most entertaining pictures of 1934, were:
One Night of Love (TIME, Sept. 17).
The House of Rothschild (TIME. March 26).
The Barretts of Wimpole Street (TIME. Oct. 1).
The Thin Man (TIME, July 9).
It Happened One Night (TIME, Feb. 26).
The Count of Monte Cristo (TIME. Oct. 1).
Of Human Bondage (TIME, July 9).
Queen Christina (TIME, Jan. 8).
Treasure Island (TIME, Aug. 27).
What Every Woman Knows (TIME, Oct. 29).
Currently exhibited in the U. S. and recommended by most critics are: The Private Life of Don Juan,...