The New Pictures, Oct. 6, 1947

Wild Harvest (Paramount) revives the once profitable Quirt-Flagg* formula: two high-skilled bums carom around odd corners of the world, working at the same jobs, tomcatting after the same girls, fighting each other, and unable to do without each other. Wild Harvest adds something new to the formula: this time the heroes are migratory workers, involved in the robust job of wheat harvesting with combines. The harvesting job gives the audience something novel and vigorous to look at, and it also gives the players something better to do than talk and make faces at...

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