Cinema: The New Pictures: Feb. 24, 1936

Bugle Ann (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer). Night after night when dampness has flushed the black-dark woods and scents are strong and clear, hounds run in Missouri. Practicing one of the oldest U. S. sports, their masters sit around bonfires in convenient clearings, following the hunt of their bugle-voiced foxhounds by ear alone. Of this breed was Bugle Ann, a real bugler, rare even among its own kind, about which MacKinlay Kantor wrote his short best-selling novel, played in the picture by a prize bitch from the pack of Sheriff Tom Bash of Kansas City, Mo....

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