The New Pictures, Oct. 22, 1945

Kiss and Tell (Columbia), from the Broadway hit play of two years ago, makes it fairly plain that parents cause more trouble than they're worth. But the film preaches so good-naturedly to its text that even parents shouldn't mind putting the price of admission in the plate.

As in Romeo and Juliet, an innocent situation is all gummed up by the old folks—the feuding Archers and Pringles. The Archer boy (Scott Elliott), an Air Forces lieutenant, elopes with the Pringle girl (Virginia Welles)—secretly, in deference to the feud. When he ships overseas, his younger...

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