Cinema: The New Pictures: Apr. 17, 1933

Out All Night (Universal) is, as the title suggests, a timidly salacious little comic-strip, showing that its producers do not believe Tsar Will Hays's latest pronunciamento that "The general public today demand higher, not lower . . . standards from the screen." It shows an overgrown lout named Ronald Colgate (George "Slim" Summerville) trying to escape from the apron strings of an idiotically devoted mother (Laura Hope Crews) long enough to pay court to the nurse (Zasu Pitts) in a department store depositary for infants. When Ronald finally manages to marry his inamorata,...

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