Cinema: The New Picture: Dec. 27, 1937

True Confession (Paramount) is the latest effort of an expert team of light comedy artisans, Director Wesley Ruggles and Screenwriter Claude Binyon. It is also a new comic high for Carole Lombard who—with Nothing Sacred, in which she is co-starred with Fredric March, released last month and still playing the first-run houses—is in the envied position of competing with herself at U. S. box offices.

Helen Bartlett (Carole Lombard) had to tell lies. She did not always gain by lying; she often lost, but she had to tell lies because her way of seeing...

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