The New Pictures, Apr. 16, 1945

The Enchanted Cottage (RKO-Radio) is cinema's second successful production of Sir Arthur Wing Pinero's famous play about a fine young man (Robert Young) made ugly by the war, a slavey (Dorothy McGuire) who was born ugly, and a blind musician (Herbert Marshall) who helped instruct them in the vision of the heart. To each other, the young man and the slavey become as beautiful as makeup artists can manage. Helping out with the spiritual atmosphere, there is also a housekeeper named Mrs. Minett (Mildred Natwick) who is gifted with second sight (a...

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