The New Pictures, Oct. 8, 1945

Paris Underground (United Artists) is based on the best seller about two women who helped smuggle some 200 British soldiers back to England. The book was authentic enough to have caused trouble for a number of real French undergrounders. The screen version will probably cause trouble to nobody except, perhaps, Constance Bennett. It-is her first venture as a producer.

This curtailed, modified account of the ladies' exploits (Miss Bennett plays a rather fast estranged wife) seems a little obsolescent by now and also not much like the real thing. But as a piece of...

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