Cinema: New Picture: Apr. 24, 1939

Streets of New York (Monogram). Among the studios great & small which turn out small-budget pictures for the nickelodeon trade, little Monogram is a knowing specialist. Its Westerns and other staples, as unpretentious as a stripped jalopy, rattle as steadily to market. Not geared for fast boulevard traffic, they are towed into it occasionally in a double feature, rarely attempt the invasion on their own power.

Monogram's Streets of New York, whose special equipment is the once brightstar name of Jackie Cooper, is not likely to cause a traffic jam. Strikingly similar to a...

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