Cinema: The New Pictures, Mar. 24, 1952

Something to Live For (Paramount) casts Ray Milland as a reformed alcoholic who might be having a hangover from his Lost Weekend. An advertising man who has not touched liquor in 14 months, Milland is toying with the idea of just one nip. A duty call from an organization something like Alcoholics Anonymous sends him to the aid of promising Actress Joan Fontaine, who has taken to the bottle because she is afraid of facing a Broadway opening night. Milland's interest in her progresses, of course, from the clinical to the romantic. But since...

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