Cinema: The New Pictures: Dec. 2, 1935

Mister Hobo (Gaumont-British) is another of those amiable little fables like The Millionaire, The King's Vacation, The Man Who Played God, which serve to occupy the time of George Arliss between important pictures like Disraeli and The House of Rothschild. In this one Mr. Arliss also bears the name of Rothschild— François Rothschild—although he is a gentle French tramp known as "Spike." The Arliss portrait of this character emerges as that of a sentimental, sly and unkempt old gentleman with a fund of stale homilies about nature and a hatred of money and...

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