Cinema: Also Showing

No, No, Nanette (RKO Radio). This resurrection of a 1925 musicomedy features ex-Chorine Anna Neagle, who rose to fame after her appearances in British films. Unfortunately, the Empire touch has passed lightly over just the asset of No, No, Nanette which pleased U. S. audiences: the tuneful score of Vincent Youmans, containing I Want to Be Happy and Tea for Two. The residue is just a flimsy yarn about a coy and curvesome Miss Fix-it (Miss Neagle) who spends her time extricating an errant uncle (Roland Young) from the grasp of troublesome trollops.

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