The New Pictures, May 29, 1944

And the Angels Sing (Paramount) tries for wacky comedy like a fat man trying to get over the 220 low hurdles.

The Angels are four sisters of that name in Glenby Falls, N.Y. They want to help their widowed father buy a farm where he can indulge his passion for raising soybeans. Nancy Angel (Dorothy Lamour) wants to be an artist, Bobby (Betty Hutton) an ace reporter, Patti (Mimi Chandler) a Shakespearean actress, Josie (Diana Lynn) a composer. Between daydreams and quarrels they pick up spare cash by staging musical acts at a...

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