Cinema: The New Pictures, Jan. 3, 1944

No Time for Love (Paramount). To prove that photography can also be art, Claudette Colbert (an artistic photographer) ventures deep into a vehicular tunnel and is confronted by brusque, briskety Fred MacMurray (a sandhog). Stripped to the belt, bawling and brawling with his fellow sandhogs, Cinemactor MacMurray strikes Cinemactress Colbert as so photogenic that she instantly sets her tripod for him. But Mr. MacMurray will have no truck with Miss Colbert's arty shallowness. Says he: "If you want to buy some muscles, go out and get yourself a cheap cut of beef."


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