Cinema: The New Pictures, may 9, 1955

Daddy Long Legs (20th Century-Fox) is being breathlessly touted by the publicists as the picture in which Leslie Caron "for the first time bares her forehead." As a matter of fact, when the bangs are brushed back, the lady's forehead looks just about like everybody else's. Still and all, it is probably the most unusual thing about this picture.

The third movie made from Jean Webster's bestselling novel (1912) and hit play (1914), Daddy Long Legs is the first to set the story to music (by Johnny Mercer and Alex North). The saccharine story: a...

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