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Little Tough Guy (Universal) clucks its tongue sympathetically over the bitterness of a boy whose father has been convicted of murder for killing a man while helping a picket line repulse an assault by strikebreakers. But hopelessly quartered and drawn by the tugging of four wayward plot trends, it is less notable as a contribution to cinema than it is for expressing a viewpoint cinema has seldom before ventured—that there is something wrong about strikebreaking.

I'll Give a Million (Twentieth Century-Fox). When word gets around the Riviera that a millionaire in tramp's clothing has 1,000,000 francs to bestow for one kind deed,...

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