Cinema: Also Showing

Lucky Me (Warner) is what is left of the little old Cinderella story when WarnerColor. CinemaScope, stereophonic sound, three scriptwriters, two songsmiths and $2,000,000 are through with it.

The heroine (Doris Day) becomes a singer in a revue, reduced to slinging for her supper in a hotel scullery. The hero (Robert Cummings) is a famous songwriter—a fiction scarcely supported by the songs attributed to him—who is staying at the hotel. Doris is soon pleasantly crooning "I'm in love" to a silver-lame willow while mechanical stars dot the screen like light bulbs shining through an I.B.M. card; and instead of a slipper, her...

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