Cinema, Also Showing Oct. 16, 1944

Heavenly Days (RKO-Radio) is that dangerous film from whose political propaganda the U.S. once proposed to protect its troops (TIME, Aug. 21). Possible reasons: 1) in a dream sequence silk-hatted Capitalist Raymond Walburn plants a spatted foot on the neck of Common Man Fibber McGee; 2) elsewhere McGee murmurs some higher economics about making supply meet demand; 3) still elsewhere, Soap-Boxer McGee denounces citizens who do not avail themselves of the privilege of voting. Aside from these bits of propaganda, Heavenly Days is a thoroughly harmless little comic strip about Fibber & Molly's trip to Washington, and Dr. Gallup's search for...

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