The New Pictures, May 7, 1945

Salome, Where She Danced (Universal) has got practically everything except the rise of Silas Lapham and the decline & fall of the Roman Empire, and there seems to be no reason except pure niggardliness that they should not have been worked in too. Items: defeated General Robert E. Lee telling a Confederate soldier (David Bruce) that "we must move with the ages"; a Berlin correspondent for Leslie's Weekly (Rod Cameron) scooping the world on the opening of Bismarck's Austro-Prussian War, with the help of a dancer named Anna Maria (Yvonne de Carlo); Anna...

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