Cinema: The New Pictures: May 4, 1936

One Rainy Afternoon (Pickford-Lasky) is probably the most complete casual picture ever offered as the first production of a new company. It is abo a kiss in a theatre. Philippe Martin (Fracis Leder) gets seat No.99 instead No. 66 and Mile Pelerin (Ida Lupino)the kiss intended for Yvonne (Countes Liev de Maigret).

Mlle Pelerin makes a disturbance which spreads out of the theatre into the press is heightened with engaging exaggerations until Martin is a figure whom all female. France regards with a happy combination of revulsion and beguilement. He is known as "The Monster," and from...

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