The New Pictures, May 5, 1941

Ziegfeld Girl (Metro -Goldwyn-Mayer) is a prodigally star-crammed, $2,000,000 exposition of how the late Florenz Ziegfeld's leggy ladies won their Zs. It is also the final glorification of Lana (The Ramparts We Watch) Turner. Henceforth the eupeptic starlet is scheduled to shroud her most publicized charms in the toga of a dramatic actress.

In Ziegfeld Girl those charms are seldom out of the camera's eye. They get Sheila Regan (Lana) into a pack of trouble. The Great Ziegfeld himself, who never appears in the picture, started it. Out spotting fresh talent for his new...

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