Cinema: The New Pictures, Jan. 28, 1952

Room for One More (Warner) makes an entertaining, sentimental comedy out of Anna Perrott Rose's 1950 bestseller about the trials and triumphs of foster parenthood as she and her husband experienced them. Playing the big-hearted Roses, Gary Grant and Betsy Drake (who are married in real life but have no children) apply limited funds and unlimited patience to raising two foster problem children, plus three of their own.

Mother Betsy, a soft touch for stray dogs and unwanted children, is always willing to rebalance the family budget to make room for one more. Grant,...

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