Cinema: The New Pictures: Jun. 7, 1937

I Met Him in Paris (Paramount) mine the photographically rich vein of winter sports which, extensively explored by European producers, has heretofore been neglected by Hollywood. On her first trip abroad, in flight from a tedious suitor in New York, Fashion Designer Kay Denham (Claudette Colbert) picks up two personable Americans in a Paris bar. One is Gene Anders (Robert Young) who hoping to gratify his inclination for casual romance, suggests a trip to Switzerland. The other is his friend George Potter (Melvyn Douglas) who, also in love with Kay and aware that...

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