Cinema: The New Pictures: Jul. 5, 1937

Ever Since Eve (Warner). "Marion Davies, the screen's supreme comedienne, has found her gayest vehicle in Ever Since Eve, which provoked spontaneous applause in the sedate Radio City Music Hall yesterday.

"Not only Miss Davies' best comedy, it is the high spot in this season's light fun.

"Supported by five of Hollywood's mightiest cutups, the dainty blonde star clowns delightfully through lively, sparkling, hilarious situations which are distinguished by their brisk pace, their smart dialogue. . . ."

This description of Ever Since Eve, published by William Randolph Hearst's New York Mirror the...

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