The New Pictures, Oct. 18, 1943

Swing Shift Maisie (M.G.M.) is one of those B-budget marrow bones which are tossed to the simple appetites of the sticks, but which many a choosy cinemaddict prefers to the average A-budget epic. In part this is due to Cinemactress

Ann Sothern, one of the smartest comediennes in the business. In part it is due to a crisp script, which manages to lather up a good deal of apt comic comment on the lives and habits of U.S. defense workers. The film's central characters are Good Girl Maisie Revere (Miss Sothern in her...

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