Cinema: Also Showing


Bad Man of Brimstone (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer), an old-fashioned Western, elaborately cast, expensively produced, neither better nor worse than scores like it, has the speed, dusty swagger, standardized hokum of the standardized Western. Its dullness is often redeemed by Wallace Beery's loutish homicidal cuteness as the bad man with a heart of gold.

Wise Girl (RKO Radio), a befuddled whimsicality, starts off by explaining that all its characters are fictitious, proceeds to prove them superfluous. A very rich girl

(Miriam Hopkins), out to wheedle her orphan nieces (Cinemoppets Betty Philson & Marianna Strelby) away from...

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