The New Pictures, Jul. 16, 1945

You Came Along (Hal Wallis-Paramount) almost justifies the people who "don't want to cry at the movies because there's enough sadness in the world already." Striving bravely, in the best tradition of air-corps romance, to maintain a gallant gaiety in the face of impending doom, the picture fails completely to realize that its tears are obviously glycerine, its poignance pointless, and its gloom only a studio fog obscuring what should be a wholly delightful comedy.

In its lightest and brightest moments You Came Along follows with gusto the happy shenanigans of three heroic and irresponsible Army pilots (Robert Cummings, Don DeFore, Charles...

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