Cinema: New Picture, Mar. 29, 1954

Always a Bride (Universal-International). The British are having a run of luck with comedies. In recent weeks they have released in the U.S. Genevieve and The Final Test, two of the liveliest little exports since the English sparrow. Now comes a third, not really quite in a class with the other two, but lots of fun for those who do not mind squinting to see the point.

As the game begins, a rich old fellow (Ronald Squire) arrives with a charming young girl (Peggy Cummins) at a grand hotel in Monte Carlo and calls for the bridal suite. That night, to the...

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