Cinema: The New Pictures Dec. 31, 1928

My Man. In 1921 Fannie Brice worked into her act in the Ziegfeld Follies a Channing Pollock translation of the French tune "Mon Homme." She knew that if her man got another chance, he would go straight. "No matter what he is," she sang, "I am his . . ." and the song, sung well enough to be effective even if it had not had any particular significance, moved her hearers to an extraordinary pitch of sentiment because they knew that her husband, Jules W. ("Nicky") Arnstein, was serving sentence at the federal penitentiary...

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