The New Pictures, Feb. 12, 1945

Tonight and Every Night (Columbia) reaffirms leggy, red-topped Rita Hayworth's eminence as the most chromogenic of Hollywood's musical actresses; the warm Hayworth skin tones (of which there is a generous but decorous display) are delectably accented by its tasteful Technicolors. The film is also a richly hued dilation on two of Hollywood's favorite themes: the indomitability of the British and the inherent tenderness of show business.

Tonight and Every Night begins as a cameraman from LIFE prepares to photograph a dance number on the stage of London's Music Box Theater (motto: "We never...

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