Cinema: The New Pictures, Jul. 18, 1955

We're No Angels (Paramount) began life three years ago as a modest French farce by Albert Husson; adapted by Playwrights Sam and Bella Spewack, it became a hit on Broadway, and is still running in London and Australia. Now the fable about three Devil's Island convicts who put their illegal talents to work for an inept but honest businessman turns up in VistaVision, starring Humphrey Bogart, Aldo Ray and Peter Ustinov.

The highly colored, overwhimsical film version suffers because Director Michael Curtiz seems unable to decide whether he is reading from a fairy...

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