Cinema: The New Pictures, Nov. 26, 1951

Double Dynamite (RKO Radio), originally called It's Only Money, got its new title as a leering tribute to the extraordinary physical endowments of Actress Jane Russell. The movie, however, cheats on RKO's full-bosomed advertising. Actress Russell is cast as a demure bank clerk named Mibs Goodhug, who aspires to nothing more glamorous than marriage with Frank Sinatra, the bank teller in the next cage.

On this tame foundation, Scripter Melville Shavelson attempts to build a wild farce involving missing bank funds, a $60,000 horse-race parlay, and a remarkably uninspired police chase. At regular intervals,...

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