Cinema: The New Pictures: Apr. 17, 1939

Wuthering Heights (United Artists-Sam Goldwyn). "A minor sensation has been caused by the announcement that the Hollywood film version of 'Wuthering Heights' is to be called Wuthering Heights. . . . The decision . . . [was] made by no less a person than Mr. Sam Goldwyn. Mr. Goldwyn is a legendary figure who has a fine autocratic way with the English language and chronology and things like that. . . . Still, the title is not everything; and its retention does not—witness among many others the conspicuous case of Bengal Lancer—at all imply...

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