The New Pictures, Jan. 13, 1941

Kitty Foyle (R. K. O. Radio). Nothing succeeds with the cinema's limitless female following like a good teary treatment of women's travails. So when Novelist Christopher Morley produced Kitty Foyle last year, he had a certain movie sale on his hands.

Thrilled was a large sector of the nation's womanhood with the news that Ginger Rogers would play Kitty. Ginger, with her shoulder-length tresses, her trig figure, her full lips, her prancing feet and honest-to-goodness manner, is the flesh-&-blood symbol of the U. S. working girl. When Ginger emotes, only a nonconforming female heart fails to respond.

R. K. O. continued to be...

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