Cinema: The New Pictures: Oct. 24, 1938

A Man to Remember (RKO Radio). The idea that good pictures cost more than bad ones is so firmly rooted in the Hollywood subconscious that when a producer contrives to make a cheap picture which is also good, it occasions an almost panic confusion. Thus when, in A Man to Remember, Producer Robert Sisk and Director Garson Kanin turned out a film which, although budgeted for only $119,000 and made in 15 days, was unmistakably well above average A picture quality, RKO scarcely knew what to make of the situation. Finally the publicity...

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