Cinema, Also Showing Aug. 11, 1941

The Shepherd of the Hills (Paramount) is homespun Harry Carey, who returns to his Ozark mountain home after a long prison term and proceeds to restore the feuding hillbillies to their once kindly ways. Pictorially superb, the Technicolored film suffers from its endless moralizing and Cloud-Cuckoo language. Shown at Branson, Mo., in the heart of the Ozarks, it so stirred one native that he picketed the local cinema with a placard: UNFAIR TO LOCAL CHARACTERS.

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