Cinema, Also Showing Nov. 4, 1946

No Leave, No Love (MGM) is a very cheap picture on which no expense was spared. It is a lesson in how to mix a salad that will look attractive to the biggest possible mass audience.

First, take a top, sure-fire star (Van Johnson). Add a pretty girl who can sing (Pat Kirkwood). Throw in a skilled comic (Keenan Wynn) and a couple of "name" orchestras (Guy Lombardo and Xavier Cugat). Never mind the plot. Van Johnson, looking winsome for the better part of two hours, is all the romance his bobby-sox worshipers really want....

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