Cinema: The New Pictures: Nov. 16, 1936

Come and Get It (Samuel Goldwyn) gives Actor Edward Arnold, recently seen as Diamond Jim Brady and General John Sutter, another subject for his full-length screen portraiture of hearty, colorful U. S. types. Lifted this time from Edna Ferber fiction instead of history, the subject is Bernard Glasgow, Wisconsin lumber millionaire. The result, against a background first of lumber camps and small-town saloons, later of early 20th-century urban plutocracy, is an extraordinarily warm and lively picture of one of the few romantic aspects of the U. S. which the cinema has so...

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