Cinema: The New Pictures, Aug. 25, 1952

Just for You (Paramount) casts Bing Crosby as a paragon of Broadway show producers. When he is not putting on one smash hit after another and showing his leading men how to sing songs and make love to the leading lady (Jane Wyman), he is throwing gay first-night penthouse parties, where he croons such ditties as Zing a Little Zong. But Widower Bing is so busy being famous that he is a flop with his teen-age children. His daughter (Natalie Wood) winds up in jail with her drunken governess. His adolescent son (Robert Arthur)...

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