Cinema: The New Pictures: Oct. 11, 1937

Life Begins in College (20th Century-Fox) discovers the lunatic Ritz Brothers joining the general rah-rah of autumn, digging the meaning elbow of their buffoonery into the ribs of the football fans. Self-styled apotheoses of the wacky, the Brothers pull on helmets and shoulder pads, copy the old one-minute-to-go formula in triplicate, climax the film by beating rival Midwestern for dear old Lombard when Harry Ritz throws a high pass, catches it himself, and runs for the winning touchdown.

Tailoring their way through college, the Brothers befriend a new and much-hazed Indian student,...

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