Cinema: The New Pictures: Dec. 23, 1935

Millions in the Air (Paramount) is another picture about radio amateur hours. In it the girl (Wendy Barrie) is a rich soap-maker's daughter who attempts the amateur hour to convince people she has talent as a singer. The boy (John Howard) is an ice cream vendor who successfully sings a duet with her but bridles when he learns her identity. The tedium of this is relieved by a small, able, comely tap dancer named Eleanore Whitney, Dave Chasen as a one-man band, and Willie Howard, whose great ambition is to sing "La...

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