Cinema: The New Pictures, Feb. 24, 1958

The Gift of Love (20th Century-Fox). "Don't adopt me," lisps the plain little girl at the orphanage to the lady who has come looking for a foster child. "I don't usually work out." Her eyes are sort of squinty and set a little too close together. Her teeth are pretty scarce. How can the lady resist? Certainly a lot of moviegoers will not be able to. Evelyn Rudie is the most fetching representation of daddy's darling that Hollywood has come up with since Margaret O'Brien retired undefeated as hopscotch champion of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and does...

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