Letters, Jul. 27, 1936

Miss MacDonald's Teeth

Sirs: ,

. . . I am quite put out by your review of MGM's San Francisco [TIME, July 6].

[Said TIME: "San Francisco (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) offers cinemaddicts views of two unusual phenomena: the San Francisco earthquake and Jeanette MacDonald acting with her teeth. . . . The picture is a shrewd compendium of romance and catastrophe. . . ."—ED.]

That you make much of Jeanette MacDonald's acting with her teeth is unjust. . . . What strikes me as peculiarly outstanding is that you have failed to remark on Miss MacDonald's acting...

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