Cinema: The New Pictures: Dec. 16, 1935

In Person (RKO), Ginger Rogers' first starring picture, presents her as an "agoraphobe."* A cinema star, she fears crowds as a result of having been mobbed during a personal appearance. Secluding herself with a psychiatrist, she goes out only at his urging, and then in heavy disguise. It is on one of her therapeutic excursions that Miss Rogers meets the nephew (George Brent) of a friend of the psychiatrist. After some involved negotiations, she accompanies Brent on his vacation at a mountain snuggery, the theory of all concerned being that in her ugly...

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