Cinema: Another Time Around

Despite the summer doldrums, a slump in good new pictures and the British tax scare (TIME, Sept. 22), some box offices were enjoying a brisk little boom on reissues.

Broadway marquees took on a nostalgic glow. Gone With the Wind—all four hours of it—was in its fourth Manhattan week (MGM cheerfully estimated that it would take in another $5 million to add to its already prodigious $32 million). For five midsummer weeks, the Palace advertised "a repertory of memorable motion pictures," including Love Affair (1939), Top Hat (1935), Gunga Din (1939), The Informer (1935),...

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