Cinema: The New Pictures: Dec. 12, 1938

Dramatic School (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer). In Manhattan last fortnight, critics were delighted by the premiere of Ballerina, which, made in France, concerned itself with the hopes and perplexities of Paris ballet students. In Manhattan this week, critics will have the opportunity of comparing Ballerina with a picture which, made in Hollywood, concerns itself with the hopes and perplexities of Paris drama students. Unlike the moppet personnel of Ballerina, the personnel of Dramatic School are full-grown young actresses. Unlike the cast of Ballerina, mostly made up of real students in the French National Opera...

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