Cinema: The New Pictures: Mar. 6, 1939

Yes, My Darling Daughter (Warner Bros.) is an adaptation of Mark Reed's mildly sophisticated, mildly amusing play about a humorless young couple who enjoy an earnest week-end together before getting married. Three weeks ago the New York State Board of Censors banned the movie. Last week, the Board of Regents rescinded the ban and Warner Bros., eager to capitalize on the publicity, hurried it simultaneously into Manhattan's Strand and Globe Theatres. Critics and audiences found it mildly sophisticated, mildly amusing.

Cafe-Society (Paramount). Within the last decade, a variety of influences, including Repeal, Depression, the servant problem and congenital hysteria, have caused one...

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