Cinema: The New Pictures, Jul. 21, 1958

Indiscreet (Grandon; Warner), in the Broadway version (Kind Sir), was the sort of romantic comedy that is all dressed up but obviously has no place to go—but then, Broadway scarcely has the resources that are required to gild this sort of lulu. Instead of $100,000, the movie's Producer-Director Stanley Donen had about $1,500,000 to squander. Instead of painted flats, he had the city of London for his backdrop, and some of the city's stateliest halls for his interiors. Instead of nature's timid hues, he had Technicolor. Instead of a couple of merely famous...

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