Cinema: The New Pictures: Feb. 3, 1936

Anything Goes (Paramount). Actually, a lot of people beside Cole Porter had a hand in this screen version of last year's No. 1 Broadway musicomedy, but somehow it all adds up to a Cole Porter lyric cast in celluloid, with involved metaphors and polysyllabic rhymes translated into comedy antics and plot convolutions, and set to impudent, lighthearted music. Some of it is music worn thin by 1935's dancing slippers, but some good new ones have been added: Sailor Beware, Moonburn, My Heart and I.

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