Cinema, Also Showing Mar. 17, 1947

Suddenly It's Spring (Paramount) is one of those plump, shiny comedies that Director Mitchell Leisen can pack—and Paramount can crank out—like so many frankfurters. Items: 1) the leading characters, most of whom are presented as nice people, go through their romancing about as honorably as so many rutting hyenas; 2) by glance, leer, double-take and triple-talk, the audience is continually nudged with strong suggestions of amorous hanky-panky; 3) all the bedroom-eyeing is technically codeproof because the two chief romancers are married.

Suddenly It's Spring presents its morally dubious entertainment so deftly and with...

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