Cinema: Also Showing

Mexican Spitfire (RKO) adds old-fashioned horseplay and pie throwing to the timeworn comic mix-up of a henpecked U. S. husband impersonating an eccentric British lord, who keeps turning up at the wrong moment. The picture also tosses Lupe Velez, scratching and screaming in a tequila baritone, back into the U. S. cinemarena. Sample Velez quips, pointed up by prods, kicks, Mexican curses: "Shud up!", "Why don't you mind my own biz-ness?", "I'm just a big gallstone around his neck," "Shud up!"

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