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The Gaiety Girls (Alexander Korda) is a fresh-as-a-daisy English musical. It has sparkling lines, a logical story and a great show of versatility by England's gay, lantern-jawed Jack Hulbert, who is a good song-&-dance man, a better actor. Opposite him, blonde, healthy-looking Patricia Ellis has a better role than Hollywood ever gave her, does better than she ever did in Hollywood.

The Girl of the Golden West (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) plasters opulent prettiness, vociferous songs and an assortment of plot cliches all over David Belasco's ancient yarn about the mad, bad days in early...

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