Cinema: The New Pictures, Apr. 19, 1943

Slightly Dangerous (M.G.M.) is a mildly loony comedy starring Lana Turner and Robert Young. In some never-never prewar world, it reveals a small-town soda jerkess who tries every trick from feigned amnesia to the long-lost-heiress act to crash the gate to money and glamor. On her silly trail throughout is her soda-fountain boss, Robert Young, with whom she finally clinches in a motel bedroom. The dialogue of this scene is laundered white for all possible audiences. But Lana, in a costume change from her conventional sweater, still manages to undo all attempts at...

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