Cinema, Also Showing May 29, 1950

Adam and Evalyn (Rank; Universal-International) is a British movie cut to an old Hollywood pattern—not a very good pattern by the standards of moviemaking on either side of the Atlantic. A dashing young society gambler (Stewart Granger) promises a dying buddy to take his daughter out of an orphanage and give her a home. The girl (Jean Simmons) is an ungainly waif who takes Granger for her father. He finally sets her straight and packs her off to a Swiss finishing school, which returns her to him as a glamorous dish. She consents to marry, and he to reform. Actress Simmons,...

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