Cinema: New Picture, Aug. 12, 1946

Mr. Ace (Benedict Bogeaus-United Artists) is custom-tailored to the specialized film personalities of Sylvia Sydney (a rich Congresswoman) and George Raft (a political racketeer).

After a stylish dinner at Sylvia's place, lady and mug find themselves alone on the terrace.

George (tough and deadpan): "You didn't bring me here for social reasons. What's your proposition?"

Sylvia (pouting provocatively): "You're a practical man who understands the complex business of winning elections. I'm a woman who wants to be the next governor of this state. With what you know . . . and what I have to offer . . . we'd be a pretty hard...

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