The New Pictures, Aug. 25, 1947

Life with Father (Warner) has been treated by Hollywood with the care and respect that is due the biggest hit in the history of the stage. Warner Bros, bought the play for $500,000 down plus a sizable percentage of the gross receipts. In the filming, Father was a major effort in Technicolor fidelity to an original. Every scene added to the cinema version was developed from the original sketches of Clarence Day, and the picture was made under the supervision of Playwright Howard Lindsay and of Mr. Day's widow.

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