Cinema: The New Pictures: Aug. 16, 1937

You Can't Have Everything (Twentieth Century-Fox) was interesting to the Hays Office chiefly as the debut of Cinemactress Louise Hovick, who was Stripper Gypsy Rose Lee before Manhattan's burlesque theatres were abruptly curtailed last spring. Disguised under several changes of expensive wraps, Miss Hovick stalks innocuously through You Can't Have Everything without appreciably altering its merits as a smart and tuneful musical, cut from the same unpretentious pattern as its predecessors in Producer Darryl Zanuck's recent musical cycle (Sing Baby Sing, Pigskin Parade, One in a Million, On the Avenue, Wake Up...

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