Cinema, Also Showing Jun. 9, 1947

Dishonored Lady (Stromberg; United Artists) features Hedy Lamarr, John Loder (Miss Lamarr's real-life husband) and Dennis O'Keefe in a highfalutin piece of problem-nonsense designed to wow women matinee-goers. Students of movie (and audience) morals may be interested, too.

No "psychological" picture is complete nowadays without a case of amnesia, schizophrenia, paranoia or at least galloping dipsomania. In this case Psychiatrist Morris Carnovsky advises Miss Lamarr that her trouble isn't just an ordinary trouble, but a sickness, like alcoholism. Her trouble, as yet unmentionable on the screen in so many syllables, appears to be nymphomania. In order to cure herself, she quits her...

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