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French Without Tears (Paramount) is based on Terence Rattigan's romantic farce about an attractive flirt (Ellen Drew), who runs amorously amok in a French school for future British diplomats. One of the pictures which under the present quota arrangements Paramount must make every year in England, French Without Tears has not been very vigorously exploited in the U. S.—as if the studio were a little ashamed of it. There is nothing to be ashamed of. It rattles pleasantly enough down its well-worn groove, lubricated by a flow of bright quips and excellent performances by Roland Culver as a jut-jawed naval...

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