Cinema: Also Showing

'Til We Meet Again (Warner) is a re-titling of a remake of One Way Passage, Warner's 1932 tear jerker, in which Kay Francis was an ailing beauty whose serious heart condition was aggravated by a first-glance passion for an escaped murderer (William Powell). This time the tragedy of hapless love is played out against the heartless magnificence of a trans-Pacific luxury liner every throb of whose propeller carries George Brent nearer death by hanging, Merle Oberon nearer death from angina pectoris. Cinemactress Oberon spends much of her allotted time philosophizing about eternity. When not listening, George Brent spends his time trying...

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