Cinema, Also Showing Oct. 21, 1946

Her Sister's Secret (PRO Pictures) is an unassuming new version of the reliable old tearjerker about mother love, with the mother unmarried. From a screenplay by a woman (Anne Green) out of a novel by a woman (Gina Kaus), the movie is a soggy effort to give women a good box-office boohoo.

The romantic girl (Nancy Coleman), bewitched by the carnival spirit of March' gras time in New Orleans, spends a beautiful, heedless night under the stars with a G.I. (Philip Reed), whose name she didn't quite catch. Before they have a chance...

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