Cinema: The New Pictures, Mar. 13, 1944

Up In Arms (Goldwyn-RKO). Midway of Up In Arms, a couple of soldiers lean on a rail and gaze moonily down on a deckload of Army nurses. The nurses, the 34 most eye-straining creatures Sam Goldwyn could pick for the job, are sprawled about in revealing pastel playsuits. Says one of the soldiers reverently: "Boy! We didn't have anything like that in the last war." Says the other as devoutly: "We don't have anything like it in this war, either!"

The man responsible for this sort of eat-your-cheesecake-and-kid-it-too is Gagster Don Hartman, who put...

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